Oscar winner Judy Dench (86) named a clairvoyant. After her birth her father coincidentally met the medium, Dench told London’s Sunday newspaper “The Observer”. Dench said, “He told her, ‘I’m so happy to hear from Judith. My parents didn’t know what to call me, so they called me Judith.” “Luckily, I’m never called by that name now,” she said.
Dench unravels the mystery of the name shortly before the premiere of her new film, “Blithe Spirit” (from January 15 in the cinema and on pay TV channel Sky), in which she herself slipped into the role of a clairvoyant of the 1930s. At that time, the media was given a lot of confidence and people attended her show, the woman said, who was born on December 9, 1934. The actress said, “There is such a big world that we don’t know about. I believe it because all sorts of things have happened to me.”
“Blithe Spirit” is based on the 1941 Noel Cair hit song “Ghost Comedy”, in which the legendary Margaret Rutherford played the medium Madame Arcati. In the film, Clairvoyant embodied by Dench establishes a liaison between the ghost of crime writer Charles Condomine (Dan Stevens) and his first wife Elvira (Leslie Mann), who actually believes he is still alive. This creates a love triangle between Elvira, Charles, and his second wife, Ruth (Isla Fisher).
“I don’t know who I’m going to chase,” Dench told of her life in an interview with The Observer. “I can go places and swim around Scotland because I love it so much,” said the actress, who let her most famous character die in Scotland. James Bond boss “M” died in the Scottish estate film “Skyfall” of the same name.
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