Dame Judi Dench On Starring In The Oscar Tipped ‘Belfast’ & Perfecting The Northern Irish Accent |TM

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She delighted fans with her TikTok performances during lockdown, but now Dame Judi Dench is back where she belongs – on the big screen. As she stars in the new film Belfast (which is already the bookmakers’ favourite to win Best Picture at the Oscars) – she’ll be telling us about working alongside the movie’s star-studded line up, and why she couldn’t wait to team up with her close friend Sir Kenneth Branagh again.

Broadcast on 20/01/22

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2 thoughts on “Dame Judi Dench On Starring In The Oscar Tipped ‘Belfast’ & Perfecting The Northern Irish Accent |TM”

  1. Her accent was dreadful! All over the place – worst in movie – would have been better with a Northern Ireland actress.

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    • Agree entirely. Think Kenneth Branagh was too in awe of her to tell her that his grandmother was from Belfast, not Dublin. When he said in an interview that she hit it perfectly he was either fibbing or he had forgotten his real roots when it comes to the Belfast accent….. just like the way he prefers to forget his own original accent. Like so many films made about NI , the film itself was targeted at the Irish American audience, so it probably suited Branagh that he had a ‘Dublin^ granny.

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