He played Count László de Almásy; she played the English beauty Katharine Clifton, in, if I remember rightly, pale silk shirts and a particularly soft brown leather flying jacket.Now, Fiennes and Scott Thomas are together again in The Invisible Woman.includes Felicity Jones, Kristin Scott Thomas and Tom Hollander among those chosen to star opposite him. Adapted for the screen by Abi Morgan () and Carolyn Marks Blackwood. from now until the end of June, is based on Claire Tomalin’s biography of Nelly Ternan (Jones), and details the story of the woman with whom Charles Dickens (Fiennes) had a secret decade-long relationship. banner West End Films is co-financing and handles worldwide sales, with Lionsgate pre-buying U.
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BBC Films and BFI are backing the project with West End Films which is being mounted by Headline Pictures and Magnolia Mae Films.
In the dance of their long careers Kristin Scott Thomas and Ralph Fiennes first met on the set of The English Patient in 1996. The film won the Best Picture Oscar for its director, Anthony Minghella.
If this is a sign of nerves, her businesslike appearance – long-sleeved navy dress, knee-high black boots and a wealth of gold bangles on her arms – is confident and cool.
Now 50, with just the merest few lines around those subtle blue eyes, she still looks glorious: slim and elegant, in that effortless movie-star way, and with cheekbones you'd break the law for.