The actress said that it gave me a chance to get along with my husband in a normal, everyday way, which is really great.
LONDON-Helen Mirren has found a glimmer of hope for the pandemic.
Work from home? He said: “It’s more convenient.” He bought a lamp for Zooms and put his laptop on two dictionaries to balance it. “I like it. I hope that the items in the quarantine work will stay with us.”
She is having a slow dinner with her husband, director Taylor Hackford. For most of the past year, they have been living in the mountains near Lake Tahoe, California.
“It gives me the opportunity to get along with my husband in the usual way, which is really great. In fact, this is the first time in 30 years that we sit at the dining table and have dinner together every night. We usually take a flight from Here to there. So it’s great to be an ordinary person.”
The 75-year-old British star endorsed the documentary “My Beautiful Stuttering”, which examined the work of the New York-based non-profit organization “SAY: Youth Stuttering Association”.
This documentary tells the story of five children being bullied because of the way they speak, and examines how charities can help them feel confident. Children will meet people who stutter, and many documentaries are looking at their time in SAY camp.
Mirren was introduced to the charity by her friend Kelli O’Hara and has been an advocate and ambassador for many years, and hosted a SAY fundraising party in New York.
“The people I know, like what we said in England, who stutter or talk, are my actor friends. Their stuttering is very serious under the stage. They can walk on stage and be absolutely fluent in Shakespeare. Is surprised, moved or influenced,” Mirren said.
SAY founder Taro Alexander called this documentary directed by Ryan Gielen as a “beautiful representative” of the group’s work.
At the same time, Mirren has resumed operations in accordance with the COVID-19 protocol, but he said that social distancing and facial masks have made filmmaking “no longer as fun as it used to be.”
He said: “If you meet him on the street, you will have a key shooter. Even if he is with him every day, you will not recognize him.” “So, because of this sense of community, I really I really want to get back to work.”