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(Van Gogh once used it on a still life of crabs.) Mulligan’s unnamed narrator tells us how she met her husband, who is only ever “he”. She met him in an Easyjet queue and “took an instant dislike to the man”. Because he was obliviously buried in a book – or because of his interaction with two models, who tried to queuejump by feigning sexual interest to stand next to him? Then he calls them “bitches” for playing with his feelings, makes a chivalrous speech about the transcendence of loving sex, and suggests that sleeping with them would be “necrophilia… The temptation is to cheer – he put those stuck-up cows in their place!
– and I wondered if my disquiet was evidence I’ve gone full Millie Tant.
"It was as if I had got into an arranged marriage and the clock was ticking away," she's said.
"The only actor I had ever met in my life was Julian Fellowes, who came to do a talk at my school.
When Carey was still at school, she went to see the thespian play Henry V and was so inspired she wrote asking him to be her mentor.
It was another British great, Julian Fellowes, who helped set her on the path to stardom.
With three failed auditions behind her, and her parents insisting she apply to university, Carey was determined to give acting one last try.
It opens with Carey Mulligan centre stage, in orange shirt and red trousers, against set designer Es Devlin’s boxy backdrop of purest cyan.
It’s a palette favoured by Hollywood posters, because the contrast is so striking. It’s Leeds with wider streets” – and sexually frank, but it’s also cleverly disconcerting. ”) One of the models snottily tells him that she would never sleep with a Normal like him, and he acknowledges the truth of this.
He barely changed a thing and only added two references to the pregnancy in the entire show. “I love that because pregnant women don’t go around all day clutching their bellies. “David also said, ‘No crying’, which was a revelation to me because I’m constantly crying!