Oscar nominees Fran McDormand and Amy Adams light up the screen in the warm, fun, inspirational tale, “Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day.” We discuss this film and find out why the film is thought to be a “cinematic soufflé” in our latest film discussion/review from the PBS show, “Around Town.”
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Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day
Joe Barber and Tim Gordon discuss this comedy about a middle-aged governess named Guinevere Pettigrew (McDormand) who accepts a job as a social secretary for an American actress/singer (Adams) and immediately finds herself swept up into a glamorous world.
To read my written review, check out “The Nanny.”