Passion player: Ann Skelly interview
As the Irish actor heads up her first major network series at just 25, she talks about risk-taking, self-belief and flipping the female narrative
There is something remarkable happening in cinema and also on television right now. Not only are female characters more frequently carrying movies and productions single-handedly, as opposed to being supporting parts, but stories about women that were historically being told from a male perspective are being retold from the inside out, with a female writer, director, producer and cast crafting and delivering the narrative on a female-centric story. The recent Oscar-winning Promising Young Woman is...
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