Thandie Newton: "This is a world that people think they're not entitled to be a part of."
Review, Sierra Burgess is a Loser: Millennial re-telling of Cyrano De Bergerac doesn't land in 2018
The obvious answer to what lies ahead for Thandie Newton, newly minted Emmy award winner for her acting work on Westworld, is anything she wants. The world is her oyster, as it should be for all of us. Except that’s not how things tend to go.
A Dark Disintegration of Self: Discover Mireille Enos and Camille Thoman's 'Never Here.'
Sierra Burgess Is A Loser is the well-meaning tale of an average girl finding love. Its intentions are good, albeit questionably executed through tropes masquerading as lessons for teens in seeing people for who they really are.
It’s interesting to see how many meaty scripts featuring female protagonists are coming to fruition right now after nearly a decade of labour. The Favourite with Olivia Colman is one; Never Here, by Camille Thoman and starring Mireille Enos and Sam Shepard, another.