Mothering Sunday

Mothering Sunday Fifteen

Josh O’Connor (The Crown, God’s Own Country) stars with Odessa Young in Eva Husson’s beguiling, sensual love story. Adapted from Graham Swift’s novel by screenwriter Alice Birch it features a terrific extended cast including Olivia Colman, Colin Firth and Glenda Jackson. Henley, 1920s: young maid Jane (Young) works for the Nivens, a family devastated by their losses in the First World War. Jane is passionately and secretly in love with Paul (O’Connor), the sole surviving son from a neighbouring manor house – but Paul is engaged to be married to someone else. Years later, Jane, now an author, is living with another man (Ṣọpẹ́ Dìrísù) in London and struggles as she begins a new novel that urges her to look to the past.

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