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Last Friday, “I’m Thinking of Ending Things” debuted on Netflix, which was a critical and public success. Jessie was one of the great highlights of the film, having her acting as Lucy, Louisa, Yvonne… let’s stay with ‘Young Woman‘, widely acclaimed. I can say that the feature film, in addition to opening many doors for Jessie and bringing a lot of recognition to her, is among the best of our favorite actress. It needs, if possible, a prior reading of Ian Reid‘s book or a very open mind so that there are no hasty interpretations and judgments. Finally, check out Jessie’s screen captures in the film in our gallery:

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Film Productions > I’m Thinking of Ending Things (2020) > Screen Captures

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In 2014, Jessie starred in the first episode of the second season of the British series Endeavor entitled ‘Trove‘ as Kitty Batten. On the story chapter, four months after DC Endeavor Morse’s involuntary leave of absence, he returns to the force and a case that unites an unidentifiable corpse, an enigmatic note, and the theft of medieval artifacts – seemingly unrelated cases as fractured as Morse’s state of mind after his terrifying brush with death. Check out the screen captures in the gallery:

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Television Productions > Endeavour (2014) > Screen Captures

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From Academy Award winner Charlie Kaufman (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) and based on Iain Reid’s acclaimed novel.
Despite second thoughts about their relationship, a young woman (Jessie Buckley) takes a road trip with her new boyfriend (Jesse Plemons) to his family farm. Trapped at the farm during a snowstorm with Jake’s mother (Toni Collette) and father (David Thewlis), the young woman begins to question the nature of everything she knew or understood about her boyfriend, herself, and the world.
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Film Productions > I’m Thinking of Ending Things (2020) > Official Trailer [Screen Captures]

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I’ve updated the gallery with Jessie’s screen captures as Jo Robinson in Misbehaviour! The film was released in the United Kingdom on 13 March 2020. Due to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic the film’s theatrical release was cut short and the film was released early to video on demand on 15 April. Fortunately, the film was successful among critics with the following consensus: “Misbehaviour’s overall arc will be familiar to fans of feelgood British cinema — and so will the way it triumphs over formula to tell a thoroughly crowd-pleasing story“.

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Film Productions > Misbehaviour (2020) > Screen Captures

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New film Misbehaviour, which stars Keira Knightley, might just change your way of thinking.

Set in 1970, the comedy-drama follows the events of that year’s Miss World competition, which was disrupted by a group of feminist activists who wanted to “overthrow the patriarchy”.

The film is told through the perspectives of members of the Women’s Liberation Movement, the Miss World contestants and the ceremony’s host, Bob Hope (here played by Greg Kinnear).

In an exclusive featurette, the film’s cast reflect upon the importance of the event, which came as the movement began to affect great change to women’s rights throughout the world.

It was bigger than the World Cup – it was bigger than the Olympics,” Knightley says, with co-star Jessie Buckley adding: “In the 1970s, women weren’t allowed to dream beyond making a cupcake.”

Knightley says that placing the spotlight on such an event will “make you question what you think” regardles of “who you agree or sympathise with”.

For Gugu Mbatha-Raw, who plays Jennifer Hosten – the first woman of colour to win Miss World – it was important for the film to have a crew comprised of women.

[It has] female writers [Gaby Chiappe, Rebecca Fray]), a female director [Philippa Lowthorpe], all female producers [Suzanne Mackie, Sarah-Jane Wheale] – the female gaze is so strong in this film,” she said.

Misbehaviour arrives in UK cinemas on 13 March.

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Film Productions > Misbehaviour (2020) > Behind the Scenes Featurette [Screen Captures]

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Our gallery was updated with Jessie’s screen captures as Queen Victoria in the movie Dolittle. Unfortunately, the film was not successful with critics with the following consensus: “Dolittle may be enough to entertain very young viewers, but they deserve better than this rote adaptation’s jumbled story and stale humor”.

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Film Productions > Dolittle (2020) > Blu-ray Screen Captures

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Our gallery was updated with promotional images, production stills and screen captures of Jessie as Marian Halcombe in the five-part BBC television adaptation of The Woman in White! Jessie’s performance is incredible, showing all the complexities that her character has to face with a lot of passion and realism. In fact, she proves to be a force of nature in this series and delivers one of her most electrifying and emotional performances.

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Television Productions > The Woman in White (2018)
Television Productions > The Woman in White (2018) > Stills
Television Productions > The Woman in White (2018) > Behind the Scenes
Television Productions > The Woman in White (2018) > Screen Captures

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Jessie attended the EE British Academy Film Awards at Royal Albert Hall today in London, England. She was nominated in the Leading Actress category for Wild Rose, but, unfortunately, didn’t win. The award went to her friend Renée Zellweger for her performance in Judy, who spoke beautiful words to Jessie in her speech. Jessie also performed the song “Glasgow (No Place Like Home)” and was acclaimed both at the awards and on social media. Check out the photos and videos below:

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Public Appearances > 2020 > [02.02] EE British Academy Film Awards – Red Carpet
Public Appearances > 2020 > [02.02] EE British Academy Film Awards – Ceremony
Public Appearances > 2020 > [02.02] EE British Academy Film Awards – After Party
Jessie Buckley, you’re a superstar! I’m so proud of you for this evening! You’re such a special person, you elevates everything that you do and I love you and I admire you and I’m so greatful for our collaboration! Thank you for our friendship, thank you! – Renée Zellweger during her speech.

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