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Friday, 17 October 2014

Movies: Amy Adams in Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day (2008)

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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day is a romantic comedy from 2008 set in England in 1939.The movie is delightful, but not as much as Amy Adams' character Delysia Lafosse who is wonderful to watch.The costume designer repsonsible for the amazing wardrobe was Michael O'Connor.

Amy Adams
Miss Pettigrew: Shirley Henderson .Edythe: Transformations work both ways, Guinevere. It would take me thirty seconds to put you back in the soup kitchen queue. I told you I never forget a face. Victoria Station. Guinevere: Nor have I forgotten with whom you shared a taxi last night. Edythe: Oh, you have. If you want to continue working for Delysia, you have. Now, we all of us need things in our life. I need Joe for his, well, he's a man of connections. And you need to stay off the streets,
Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day (2008) Starring: Ciarán Hinds as Joe Blomfield. Miss Pettigrew is given a makeover by her new employer, and at a fashion show hosted by fashion maven Edythe Dubarry (Shirley Henderson), she meets and feels attracted to lingerie designer Joe Blomfield, who is involved in a tempestuous relationship with Edythe.
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