As: Bridget Watson Scott
The story unfolds over a day and evening at the family’s château in Lacoste, France.GALLERY
02. Tell It To The Bees
As: Lydia Weekes
The story chronicles a lesbian romance in 1950s Britain between a single mother who is dealing with the breakdown of her marriage, and a doctor, returning to her small hometown to take over her late-father’s practice.GALLERY
Based on the book 'Animals'; a comedy about two female friends whose hedonistic friendship is tested when one gets engaged to an ambitious teetotal pianist.GALLERY
04. Halo Of Stars
Based on the book 'Clown'; the story takes place in a circus environment between the clown and his youngest daughter. The film should contain magic, loss of love, but also a happy ending.GALLERY
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With roles in Cinderella, My Cousin Rachel and Bonnie & Clyde, Holliday Grainger, 29, adds another “period-piece” role in Tulip Fever, in theaters September 1. She plays Maria, the maid to a woman (Alicia Vikander) who begins a passionate affair with a poor artist (Dane DeHaan) during the tulip mania of 17th-century Amsterdam, when prices of tulip bulbs reached extraordinarily high levels and then collapsed.
What impressed you about the story?
There were so many different levels of society, from the rich guy all the way down to the fishmonger and the struggling artist. In that respect, Amsterdam felt like a contemporary, cosmopolitan city.
What about Maria did you relate to?
She is unswaying in her morals. I think Maria is one of the only characters with solidity and earthiness that feels a bit of a grounding in the midst of this mad story. Read More »
I’ve just updated our gallery with Blu-Ray screen captures and high-quality episode stills of Holly as Lucrezia Borgia in the 2011 TV Series, The Borgias. You can now enjoy more than 2.800 pictures in the photo gallery. Stay tuned as the following seasons should be added soon.
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