Stephen Frears directs Meryl Streep in this true story of the New York heiress who believed, incorrectly, that she could sing. As she pursues her dreams of opera stardom with a comically bad voice, manager Hugh Grant must protect her from reality. But when she decides to perform publically at Carnegie Hall in 1944, he faces his greatest challenge yet.

“A fizzy, funny, period dramedy with top-notch performances.” Empire

blog comments powered by Disqus