A review and analysis of FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS. It’s the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress who dreamed of becoming an opera singer, despite having a terrible singing voice. The movie stars Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helberg.
Meryl Streep stars as Florence Foster Jenkins in a movie of the same name. She’s a wealthy woman who wants to be a singer, despite her terrible voice. Meryl Streep is always good, but this movie really belongs to Hugh Grant. The love his character, St Clair Bayfield, felt for Florence was apparent in every scene. This is perhaps the most real that Hugh Grant has ever been on screen.
The set decoration and costume departments also stood out with their use of rich textiles such as raw silk and chenille. The movie was lush with textures.
The movie poses itself as a lesson in adversity, Florence against the world in her quest to perform despite her vocal shortcomings. However, she has been completely insulated from the truth of her singing voice by her husband, friends and teachers. Can she really be considered brave when she doesn’t know what’s a bad singer?
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