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- Kate Moss has given her blessing for actress Ellie Bamber to play her in the upcoming biopic Moss & Freud, the film is set to depict the relationship between Kate and artist Lucien Freud. Ellie revealed the news on instagram with the simple caption, "MOSS & FREUD." In the series of photos Ellie shared with her followers she was pictured lying on a bed alongside the legendary supermodel. The photos are eerily reminiscent of the infamous photo Kate took cuddling Lucien Frued in bed. In the snaps,
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Actress Ellie Bamber is to play Kate Moss in a new biopic titled 'Moss and Freud' about the supermodel's decision to pose naked for artist Lucian FreudThanks for your feedback!
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Ellie Bamber is not afraid of “exploring the human psyche” by taking on darker roles as she can “separate” herself from the characters she plays. The 23-year-old star of physiological thriller Nocturnal Animals, the film by Tom Ford, and BBC drama The Trial of Christine Keeler, about the Profumo Affair, said part of the reason she enjoys her work is her interest “in exploring… how [..] human beings work.” The actress, who also appears in current BBC drama The Serpent about real life serial kilThanks for your feedback!
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“My generation has a huge hunger for true crime stories,” says Ellie Bamber. “Perhaps we’re more keenly aware now, that parts of us all are dark and flawed? But our interest in serial killers is about looking beyond that, peering into acts that are incomprehensible, picking through the brains of these mad individuals…” With her bubbly attitude – and endearing tendency to use quaint terms like “super duper” – the 23-year-old actor doesn’t strike me as murder junkie. But she assures me that she spThanks for your feedback!
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Britain passed the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in April, but the financial damage is still only beginning to kick in. That month, the economy contracted a record 20 per cent – a shock whose effects will be felt for months and years. Those effects include joblessness, hunger and misery. When furloughing ends and mass redundancies start to bite, when the eviction ban is lifted and other support schemes come to a close, more people than ever will face hardship – and will need help. Telegraph readThanks for your feedback!
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The Trial of Christine Keeler episode 6, review: Sophie Cookson has shone in this richly drawn portrait of a woman in a world of wicked men
Knowing what’s coming in the final episode of The Trial of Christine Keeler adds to its dramatic power rather than diminishing it. Stephen Ward’s (James Norton) overdose proves fatal. The court verdict, which clears him of prostitution but finds him guilty of living off the “immoral earnings” of Mandy Rice-Davies (Ellie Bamber) and Christine Keeler (Sophie Cookson), is read out to an empty chair.The series has let events breathe throughout, and Ward’s early dispatch gives the final episode roomThanks for your feedback!