I wouldn’t consider myself a ‘film-lover’, however, when I really enjoy a film I am able to watch it time and time again. One that I have recently watched is an all time favourite of mine and inspired me to do this post.
I like to be inspired by films and I think it’s the mixture of the beautiful 1930s costumes and the setting of an elite British all girls boarding school that has me captured.
The film is based on the novel ‘Cracks’ written by Sheila Kohler and is directed by Jordan Scott. The film stars the talented and elegant Eva Green who plays the amazing ‘Miss G’ (pictured above)
and Juno Temple, who this year won the Rising Star BAFTA, voted for by the public.
The film follows a clique of girls at the boarding school whom are all bewitched by their diving instructor, Miss G. A Spanish girl named Fiamma transfers to the boarding school, telling all the girls about her adventures and travels. Miss G soon becomes fixated on Fiamma, but everything takes a turn for the worse as the other girls realise their beloved Miss G has a favourite.
A truly enchanting film, and worth a watch.