Oscar, Emmy and Tony Award winning actress Helen Mirren will receive the Crystal Nymph at the 57th Monte-Carlo Television Festival next month.The honor goes to a major international television actor or actress in recognition of their body of work.There is, however, one thing that she’s done in the past that shall remain firmly in the past from now on: don’t expect any more nude scenes from Dame Helen.During a recent interview on CBS, conducted by Alan Cumming, the 70-year-old Academy Award winner put the subject to rest, saying that her days of publicly baring it all are now behind her.Returning home to learn that her husband (Patrick Heusinger) has remarried and her son is being raised by another woman, she soon finds herself implicated in a new series of murders. Shot entirely on location in West Yorkshire, the film is a contemporary tale of self-discovery and emotional-awakening set on the sheep farming hills of rural Northern England.Josh O’Connor stars as Johnny, a young man carrying the weight of his family’s sheep farm alone until the arrival of Romanian worker Gheorghe (Alec Secareanu).
And they are all the more special because he’s not constantly giving me things.’She said: ‘ In the end, with our two families becoming very close, there was no longer any reason for us not to be married.
If you didn’t already know this, Helen Mirren is awesome.
Sure, she’s a distinguished Shakespearian actress with tons of memorable roles and awards to her credit, but she also wants to be in a Fast and Furious movie, isn’t afraid to brandish heavy weapons on screen, and is willing to take risks should a part demand it.
And even addressed America’s current state of, depressing, politics.
All of which made for a great moment of reassurance and self-reflection.
And actually we appreciate the lack of romance in the other person.