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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“Holliday commands the screen; she has an incredible strength, while also being
vulnerable and compassionate.” – Director Craig Gillespie, The Finest Hours
By 27, British screen and stage actress Holliday Grainger tackled roles in a continental triumvirate of novelistic adaptations—Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Anna Karenina (2012), and Great Expectations (2012).
But the Guardian-affirmed New Brit Pack member stays refined through treacherous depravity, too; incest and murder aside, she brought a virginal charm to the orgiastic fervor of The Borgias (2011—2013).
And next year, Grainger will put her vulnerability and compassion to use; in Disney’s upcoming sea disaster flick The Finest Hours, she takes on the role of Miriam, wife of lifeboat lifesaver Bernie Webber, played by aorta-crushing Chris Pine. After Hollywood sea rescue, let’s all put listless perusals of Dickens and hedonistic royal parties high on the CALIFUK to-do list.
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