"I was thrilled to be asked to do it because, having a look at it, I thought that there needs to be a new version. I find Audrey Hepburn fantastically twee," Thompson said. It's mimsy-mumsy sweetness without any kind of bite. She can't sing and she can't really act, I'm afraid. It's high time that the extraordinary role of Eliza was reinterpreted, because it's a very fantastic part for a woman." Thompson, who won a best adapted screenplay Oscar in 1996 for Sense and Sensibility, plans to give the story a feminist makeover.
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