A vision of blind faith: Morfydd Clark interviewed
In her first lead role as the fanatically religious nurse Maud in Rose Glass’s Saint Maud, Morfydd Clark believes it is her job to make sense of the woman, and not to judge her
Down a crackling phone line from New Zealand, Morfydd Clark is telling me how a decade of acclaimed stage work has prepared the Welsh actress for taking her first lead role in a film.
“There’s nowhere to hide, is there? You are very much on your own once you’re out there in front of a theatre audience, who give you immediate feedback. You have to be more patient with film and television, meaning the pressure...
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