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She’s respectful, she’s enthusiastic, and somehow she manages to convey the feeling that her work is in service of the queer community, rather than performed on our behalf.
It’s not rocket science, perhaps, but it’s a feat that nobody (pace Timothee Chalamet) in recent years has managed to quite pull off.
The supporting cast are great as well, bringing some much needed colour, context and indeed humour to the story.
The film is never simplistic which is what makes it so satisfying and which allows you to return to it time and again.
More importantly, he uncovers the conspiracy she was trying to expose which linked African poverty, Aids, a shocking lack of morality by the British government and drug company greed in a callous plot to make a another fortune for people who were all ready rich.
It’s one of the most gripping and powerfully moving thrillers to have graced the screen in a long time.This is the world of The Constant Gardener, a world which appears to be calm and civilised on the surface and yet just beneath the calm exterior lies a complex web of international deals and corrupt political opportunism that, at times, will leave wondering how we continue to function.City of God director Fernando Meirelles brings a rigorous austerity to the film which could have been preachy and full of self-righteous grandstanding in tackled in a more Hollywood way.The Constant Gardener, a contemporary thriller by John le Carre, starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz, looks at big business conducting dangerous drug trials in poor African countries.Photo: Focus Features Archant The Constant Gardener, a contemporary thriller by John le Carre, starring Ralph Fiennes and Rachel Weisz, looks at big business conducting dangerous drug trials in poor African countries.
She appeared on Good Morning Britain as a young teenager in 1984, having hit headlines for turning down a role opposite Richard Gere in Bruce Beresford’s movie King David.