Anne Perry is one of the leading authors of our time. She specialises in crime novels and is famous worldwide. But her books hide a very real tale of murder and everlasting regret. Since she was 15 years old, Anne has carried an awful secret, a story of a young murderer forever trying to get beyond her terrible deed. This intimate documentary enters the inner sanctum of Anne's reclusive life.
Hauntingly revealing and flowing with the pathos of reflection. We peer into the everyday life of highly acclaimed mystery writer Anne Perry, we move with her and her close knit team of literary assistants, family and friends through her charming Scottish home with its pleasing but muted colour schemes, oak and other wood furniture, leather reclining chair, desks and all with a flavour of conservative taste. A moving documentary superbly produced and filmed and one that accepts that it needs to reveal fragments of Anne's past, a painful time when in a tortured moment of decision and completely out of character, she made the wrong choice and paid a lasting price. Quite touchingly, towards the end, she reveals quite openly her feelings about that tragic moment in time and it is impossible not to feel for what it caused to her life, but, to her credit, she devoted herself to her passion, her art and has written so many great novels. She states in this documentary how important her writing is to her and makes it clear that no amount of money would ever tear her away from it. Anne Perry is a great writer and should be allowed to let the past rest quietly, and as she says, we are who we are now, today.
German screenwriter and director Dana Linkiewich`s documentary which she wrote, is inspired by the life of an English 20th and 21st century author. It premiered in Canada, was shot on locations in Canada and Scotland and is a German production. It tells the story about a human being middle-named Marion who was born (1938), the same year as a so-called man born in Scotland, in Blackheath (1730), London, England, and who once said: “John is James.”
Distinctly and subtly directed by German filmmaker Dana Linkiewich, this quietly paced documentary which is narrated from multiple viewpoints though mostly from the person in question`s point of view, draws a courteously conversational portrayal of an author`s life in Scotland. While notable for its distinctly atmospheric milieu depictions and cinematography by German cinematographer Mischa Leinkauf, this dialog-driven story was made less than a millennium after Constable of the Tower (1068) in London, England, seven centuries after Falkland Castle in Falkland, Fife in Scotland where the Death Mask of Mary, Queen of Scots is, was invaded (1371), six centuries after the Guild of Royal Minstrels (1469) in England, Law Castle (15th century) in Law Hill, West Kilbride, North Ayrshire in Scotland, five centuries after a daughter of England forenamed Elizabeth who signed a death warrant (1587) passed through (1554) Traitor`s Gate (1275-1279) in London, England, a Frenchman named Henry II (1519-1559) stated: “The little Queen of Scots is the … child I have ever seen.” (16th century), St Giles Cathedral (1164) in Edinburgh, Scotland was the home (1563-1639) of the Parliament of Scotland, an instrument named the Scottish Maiden (1564) during the reign of the White Queen of Scotland which was practised where the Mercat Cross of Scotland stands in Parliament Square (1632) off High Street, Royal Mile, Edinburgh in Scotland, a daughter of Scotland named Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587) was forced to sign the Act Anent the demission of the Crown in favour of our Sovereign Lord, and by Majesty`s Coronation (1567) meaning she had to abdicate in favour of her son, a Borough constituency in Suffolk, England named Eye (1571-1885), a Scotsman named William Douglas, 6th Earl of Morton (c.1540-1606) who was the custodian (1567-1568) of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587), who married (1554) a Scotswoman, Lady and Countess of Morton named Agnes Leslie (after 1541-c.1606) who was the Chief Female Companion (1567-1568) of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587), and who lived at Loch Leven Castle where he and she were blessed (16th century) seven times with seven daughters of Scotland who were described as the Pearls of Loch Leven, Safety of the Queen, etc. Act 1584 in England, Mary of Scotland was (1587) put on trial for treason, blindfolded and executed with an axe, four centuries after the Baronetage of England (1611-1705), the Baronetage of Ireland (1619-1806) and the Baronetage of Nova Scotia (1625-1706) by a Scotsman who made Barons and Baronetess of good birth and who lived in the Tower and died in a tunnel, an Anglo-Scottish Royalist sailing ship named HMS Swan (1641-1653) was anchored (1645) in Dublin, Ireland, a Palace (1671-1678) at Royal Mile, Edinburgh, Scotland, two centuries after the Baronetage of Great Britain (1707-1800), La Neuve Eglise (1742-1809) in Brick Lane, Tower Hamlets in London, England where an idea was promoted to the Jewish residents, the English arrived (mid-18th century) at Parker`s Cove in Nova Scotia, Canada, a life named the Camberwell Beauty was described (1758) by a husband, an English ship named HMS Supply (1759-1792) which set sail for Australia, Port Jackson in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia was named (1770) by an Englishman forenamed James, an English ship named Golden Grove (1780-1784) which set sail for Australia, a British ship named Fishburn (1780) which set sail from England, a British ship named Scarborough (1782-1805) which set sail from England, an English ship named Borrowdale (1785-1789) which set sail for Australia and an English ship named Alexander (1783-1784-1808) which set sail for Australia.
Made two centuries a UK ship named Anne Susannah Warburton (1786-1811) which set sail for Australia, an English ship named Friendship (1784-1785) which set sail from England, a UK ship named HMS Sirius (1786-1790) which set sail (1787) from England, a UK ship named Prince of Wales (1786-1810) set sail (1787) for Australia, the Calton Weavers Strike (1787) in Glasgow, Scotland, an Englishwoman named Mary Ann Wade (1775/1777-1859) from London, England journeyed (1788) on a UK ship named Lady Juliana (1777-1829) and arrived (1790) at Norfolk Island in New South Wales, Australia, the Pale of Settlement (1791-1917), a Frenchman who was lost at sea, arrived (1788) at Botany Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia and performed (1788) a Catholic ceremony, an Englishman named a place Rose Hill (1788) in Australia, Sydney Cove in Australia was named (1789) after an Englishman, a life named Black Swan was described (1790) by an Englishman, Catholic Priests arrived (1800) in Australia, the Bass Strait which separates Tasmania from Victoria in Australia was named (1800) by a Scotsman, the Baronetage of the United Kingdom (1801), a life named Australian Magpie was described (1801) by an Englishman, a life named Silvereye and sometimes called white-eye in Australia and New Zealand was described (1801) by an Englishman, a Scotsman who named a life named Flindersia Australis journeyed (1801) on a UK ship named “HMS Investigator” (1801-1872) with an Englishman, an Englishman surnamed Flinders landed (1801) on Michaelmas Island in Western Australia, an act of painting named “Scotland Forever!” (1801) by an Englishwoman, made a Lady by marriage, and painter from Lausanne, Switzerland named Elizabeth Southerden Thompson (1846-1933) went (1866) to South Kensington, London, England and who moved (1869) to Florence, Italy, a body of water was named (1802) “Investigator Strait” by an Englishman surnamed Flinders who was shipwrecked (1803) in the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia, an open bay named the Great Australian Bight was charted (1802) by an Englishman surnamed Flinders, Dunbar Lifeboat Station (1808) in Victoria Harbour, Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland where a lifeboat named Sarah Kay has sailed, more than a century after Blackheath (1815) in New South Wales, Australia, Macquire Lighthouse (1883) was constructed (1816) on Dunbar Head, Vaucluse in Sydney, Australia, a point, which can be unlocked by a road from a parish in the sheading of Ayre named Bride, named Point of Ayre Lighthouse (1818) on the northern end of Ramsay Bay on the Isle of Man, St Mary`s Cathedral (1821) in Sydney, NSW, Australia, Mermaid Waters on the Gold Coast (1823) in Queensland, Australia was named (1823), the Barnard River near Hanging Rock in New South Wales, Australia was explored (1825) by an Australian, the Richmond Bridge (1825) in Richmond, Tasmania, Australia, Mersey River in Devonport, Tasmania in Australia was named (1826), a United Kingdom ship named Lady of the Lake (1827-1833) reached (1833) Canada, Her Majesty`s Coastguard (1829) in the United Kingdom, a UK ship named HMS Mermaid (1817-1829) reached (1829) Flora Reef in Queensland, Australia, Belfast District Lunatic Asylum (1829) opened on Falls Road, West Belfast in Northern Ireland, a Roman Catholic Cathedral (1846) on Victoria Avenue in Perth, Western Australia, the Eureka Rebellion (1854) in Eureka, Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, the University Test Acts (1871) in London, England and a Scotsman surnamed Jardine designed (1881) a harbour on the west coast of North Ayrshire in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland named Saltcoats.
Made two centuries after International Federation of Gymnastics (1881) in Lausanne, Canton of Vaud (1803) in Switzerland was made (1881) in Liége, Belgium, the Wimbledon Women Ladies` Singles Championships (1884) in London, England, an Englishwoman from Harrow, London, in England named Maud Edith Eleanor Watson (1864-1946) was wearing a white corset and an underskirt when she outclassed her sister, an Englishwoman named Lillian Mary Watson (1867-1918), the Dingo Fence (1885) which stretches from Jimbour, Darling Downs (1840) in Queensland, Australia to the Nullarbor Plain which stretches from east to west across the border between South Australia and Western Australia, a life in Western Australia and South Australia named Western Silvereye and sometimes called white-eye or greenie was described (1841) by an Englishman, an extinct life named Moa was described (1843) by an Englishman, Hanging Rock in Victoria, Australia was named (1844) Mount Diogenes, the Mary River in Queensland, Australia was named (1847) after a Lady of Australia, the Canterbury Association (1848) in London, England, a UK ship named Hannah (1849) set sail (1849) from Newry in Northern Ireland and reached Canada, Canada, the Borough of Auckland (1951-1952) in New Zealand, land that belongs to the people named Queens Domain (1860) in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, a life in Queensland, Australia named Flindersia brayleyana was described (1865) by a German, a life named Kiwi was described (1866) by a German, a life named Australian painted lady was described (1868) by an Irishman, Karori Lunatic Asylum (1854-1873) in Wellington City, Auckland in New Zealand was closed, a town named Crows Nest (1876) on the New England Highway which was once known as the Great Northern Road in Queensland, Australia, a town named Port Vincent (1877) in South Australia, a United Kingdom ship named My Lady of the Lake (1877) which sunk twice and which still sails in the Lake District in Cumbria, England where the Scafell Pike which was named (1818-1865) stands, The Championships, Wimbledon (1877) in the UK, the Queen`s Club (1886) in West Kensington, London, England where real tennis is played, the Lower House or Western Australian Legislative Assembly (1890) in Australia, the Shearers Strike (1891) in Australia, a United Kingdom ship named HMS Daring (1893) was laid down (1892) in Chiswick, London, England, a Kiwi forenamed Marion and President of the Dunedin Women`s Franchise Society (1892) said: “If a woman said she would, she would, you may depend on`t; But if she said she wouldn`t, Then she wouldn`t, and there be an end on`t. … when the women of Dunedin …” (1892), the Irish Ladies Hockey Union (1894) in Ireland, the Lady Erin Monument (1898) in Ireland, the Women`s Brigade (1899-1920) in Broken Hill (1893), New South Wales, Australia, alliance F (1899) in Kilchberg in the Canton of Zürich, Switzerland, Edwards Road (1893) at Shirley road in Wollstonecraft, New South Wales, Australia was renamed Wollstonecraft Railway station (1900), an English Queen mother and Lady of the Garter middle-named Pauline was made (1901) Princess of Wales, Welsh Gymnastics (1902) in Sophia Gardens (1854), Cardiff in Wales, Norah Head Lighthouse (1908) on the Central Coast (2005) in New South Wales, Australia, an Australian-English historian named Dame Lucy Stuart Sutherland (1903-1980) was appointed Principal of Lady Margaret Hall (1878) in England, Englishwomen were admitted (1886) to the Royal Holloway College, University of London (1879), a single sex school named Notre Dame Convent (1897) on Observatory Road in Glasgow, Scotland which was protected as a Category A Listed Building (1987), voices in England sang: “… innocent people walking by, no time to smile before they die, don`t call that justice - - children are starving on the streets, another one disappearing every week, don`t call that justice - - King for a day …” (1988), a century after an Englishwoman named Lucia Marion Foster Welch (c.1864-1940) arrived (1903) in Southampton, England, Esperance Girls` Club and Social Settlement (1905), Catalina Swimwear (1907) in the United States, an Australian synchronised swimmer named Annette Marie Sarah Kellermann (1887-1975) whose ashes were scattered (1975) in the Great Barrier Reef, was detained (1907) for wearing a one-piece swimsuit on a beach, Maison Esperance (1907) in England by an Englishwoman named Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence (1867-1954), Brighton and Hove Women`s Franchise Society (1907) in May in England, French Women`s Federation of Gymnastics and Physical Education (1912-1942) and an Irishman surnamed Allen who obtained (1912) his flight licence in London, England disappeared (1912) in United Kingdom waters whilst attempting a flight from Wales to Ireland.
Made a century after less than a century after a flight (1912) from Goodwick, Wales to Enniscorthy, Leinster, Ireland by an Irishman who was killed in action, the Shire of Crows Nest (1913-2008) in Australia, a body of Englishwomen united (1915) in a village named Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwillllantysiliogogogoch in Anglesey, Wales, an act of painting named “Miranda – The Tempest” (1916) by an Englishman surnamed Waterhouse, the Mount Eden Prisons (1917) in Mount Eden, Auckland, New Zealand, the Star of Erin Music Hall (1879) in Dame Street, Dublin, Ireland was named (1923), an English Kiwi from Wavertree, Lancashire, England named Kate Gardiner (1885-1974) who vindicated the daughters of New Zealand (1932-1933) and was President of The Ladies` Alpine Club (1941-1933) reached an all-time high when she climbed (1933) Mount Tasman off the West Coast in the Southern Alps of the South Island in Canterbury, New Zealand, an Englishwoman named Ivy Kay Walker Thorpe and three Englishwomen gained silver (1934) at the Second British Empire Games (1930-1950) in London, England, Kingston Prison For Women (1934-2000) in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, a daughter of Canada and lawyer named Helen Alice Kinnear (1894-1970) was appointed (1934) Queen`s Counsel, Lennoxtown Castle Hospital (1936-2002) in Lennoxtown, Stirlingshire in Scotland, a United Kingdom ship named RMS Orion (1934-1963) set sail (1947) for Australia, the Division of Shortland (1949) in Australia, the 1949 Manchester BEA Douglas DC-3 accident where a flight from Belfast, Northern Ireland crashed (1949) on Saddleworth Moor in Northern England, Lake Alice Hospital (1950-1999) in Manawatu-Wanganui, North Island in New Zealand, Barnard Castle in County Durham (2009), England was designated (1950), Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II visited (1954) Australia, the first Marian Year (1954), an Englishwoman and a Kiwi jumped with their feet, smashed with their hands, were up to no good and a headcase followed (1954), Her Majesty`s Yacht Britannia (1952-1997) set sail (1954) on her maiden voyage from Portsmouth (1180), England, Ella Baché (1936) was brought (1954) from France to Australia, a finishing school named Institut Villa Pierrefeu (1954) in Gilon, Canton of Vaud, Switzerland where there is a Principal forenamed Viviane and a view to Lake Geneva, an English middle-distance runner named Diane Leather ran a mile in four minutes in May in Birmingham, England (1954), an Englishwoman, Air stewardess and recipient of the medal of gallantry in peacetime named Barbara Jane Harrison (1945-1968) from Bradford in England mastered (1961) her O Levels also known as General Certificate of Education: Ordinary Level, a woman born in England communicated (1961) vocally to a man born in Scotland, a New Zealand middle-distance runner named Marise Ann Millicent Chamberlain gained a silver medal (1962) in Perth, Western Australia, the birth (1962) of an Englishwoman named Sophie Melanie Muller in London, England, Mary Hutchinson Women`s Prison (1963) in Risdon Vale, Hobart, Tasmania in Australia, Southampton was granted (1964) City Status in England by Her Majesty, Lyttelton road tunnel (1964) beneath the Port Hills in Canterbury, New Zealand, an acquaintance of the person in question who graduated from the University of Auckland (1883) with a BA moved (1965) to England, Lady class ferries (1968) in Sydney, Australia, Bluevale and Whitevale Towers (1968) near Gallowgate (6th century) in Glasgow, Scotland, Silverwater Women`s Correctional Centre (1970) in New South Wales, Australia, Englishwomen gallantly started jumping (1970) out of their knickers, Duffy (1971) in Canberra, Australia, a woman born in England got (1971) her Category A status changed to Category B which granted her a walk, an Englishman sang: “… at last my port`s in view now that I`ve discovered you … slowly bow her head than you`ll hear her softly cry … action speak louder than words … For My Lady …” (1973), a Scotswoman and MSP for Lothian (1999-2014) named Margo Symington Aitken MacDonald (1943-2014) who grew up in East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire, Scotland and who was officially expelled (2003) for deciding to stand as an Independent, assumed office (1973-1974) as MP for Glasgow Govan (1885-2005), four hundred Irish children attacked the British Army (1973) in Derry, Northern Ireland, the British Library (1975), HM Prison Cornton Vale (1975) for women in Stirling, Scotland, Stewart-Cassiar Highway (1975) in British Columbia, Canada which reaches Jade City and stretches into Yukon (1898), Pat & Mat (1976), not an abbreviation for Paternalism and Maternalism, in the Czech Republic, the closing of Eden railway station (1925-1977) in Eden, Carrickfergus in Northern Ireland and the Queen`s Silver Jubilee (1977) the year an Englishwoman named Sarah Virginia Wade who learned tennis in South Africa and turned professional (1968) conquered (1977) in London, England.
Made less than a century after an Irishwoman and two Englishwomen went Bananaramas (1979) in London, England, a German ship named “Eye of the Wind” (1911) returned (1980) to London, England, a dishonourable low point (1980s-1990s), lower than the Challenger Deep in Oceania, in England where two Englishmen, both educated at Eton College (1440) in England, started an evangelic and political crusade for the parole of a woman born in England, Her Majesty`s Inspectorative for Prisons in Scotland (1981), an Englishman said: “… on the British nuclear tests which evidently began with the concept of test exploding an atom bomb over Scotland.” (1983-1986), an Australian ship named Ella`s Pink Lady (1984), a woman born in England claimed (1985) to be a reformed Catholic, Litchfield National Park (1986) in Northern Territory, Australia where the Florence Falls descends, a daughter of Australia, The Honourable named Joan Child (1921-2013) who attended Camberwell Girls Grammar School (1920) in Canterbury, Victoria in Melbourne, Australia was appointed (1986-1989) Speaker of the House of Representatives in Australia, Erina Ice Arena (1987) in Erina, New South Wales, Australia, an English ferry named MV St Cecilia (1987) was introduced in the River Ouse in England and began carrying passengers, an Englishwoman and dancer middle-named Smith and surnamed Wilde sang: “… when I look into her eyes, I see a girl that I used to be … you came and changed the way I feel … you came and turned my life around …” (1988), French Women`s National Ice Hockey Team (1989) where the captain is a Frenchwoman forenamed Marion, a daughter of Australia named Gaby Kennard`s flight (1989) around the globe, an Australian psychologist named Carmen Mary Lawrence assumed office (1990-1993) as Premier of Western Australia, an Australian ship named MV Lady Cutler (1968) was laid up (1991) in Australia, a finishing school named Institut Alpin Vidermanette in Rougemont, Switzerland was closed (1991), the ashes of an actress forenamed Rachel who once said: “I`m not an Englishwoman, I`m a Welshwoman.” (1976) was scattered (1992) on the River Thames in London, England, an Irishwoman who moved from Ireland to England, from England to Scotland and once lived in Harpenden where the River Lea flows sang: “… you`d better hope and pray that you make it safe back to your own world - - you`d better hope and pray that you wake one day in your own world. ˈCause when you sleep at night they don`t hear your cries in your own world - - only time will tell if you can break the spell back in your own world …” (1992), a Canadian lawyer and judge named Catherine Anne Fraser who was appointed (1989) to the court of the Queen`s Bench of Alberta (1979) was appointed (1992) Chief Justice of Alberta, a daughter of New Zealand and Mayor of Auckland City (1871-2010) from 1983 to 1990, The Honourable named Dame Catherine Anne Maclean Tizard assumed office (1990-1996) as Governor-General of New Zealand, an Englishwoman middle-named Elizabeth and a Kiwi middle-named Jayne became (1994) actresses, a British singer forenamed Helen and middle-named Folasade who sang: “… all that I have inside … didn`t I tell you what I believe … I keep crying, I keep trying for you … You and I … This is no ordinary love, no ordinary …” (1992) was recognized with the Order of the British Empire (2002), an Australian judge named Leanne Clare who was admitted to the Bar (1985), was appointed (2000) Director of Public Prosecutions in Queensland, Australia, the Adelaide Thunderbirds (1997) in Australia, Joliette Institution For Women (1997) in Joliette (1863), Quebec, Canada, the Katherine Floods (1998) in Katherine, Australia, a daughter of Australia from Perth, Western Australia named Bridgette Ireland was captain at the 2000 Summer Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia for the Australian Women`s National Water Polo Team (1975), Brighton and Hove was granted (2001) city status by Her Majesty, a daughter of Australia from Moruya, New South Wales, Australia named Sarah Joy Andrews made her debut (2001-2002) in the Women`s National Cricket League (1996) in Australia, the Electoral division of Daly (2001) which is named after the Daly River (1865) in Northern Territory, Australia, a UK ferry and flagship named MV St Clare (2001) which can journey in both directions, twenty local undertakers honourably declined (2002) to handle the cremation of a woman born in England, an Englishwoman from Guyana (1966) and The Right Honourable Lady named Valerie Ann Amos who was made Baroness Amos (1997) assumed office (2003-2007) as Leader of the House of Lords (1717) and Lord President of the Council (1530) in England.
Made less than a century after a daughter of Scotland, mother of Scottish daughters and MSP for Glasgow (2003-2007) named Rosemary McGarvey who spoke about madness and craziness and took (2003) her oath wearing blue jeans and a butterfly top, was doing hard time (2006) in Cornton Vale, the Sydney Sirens (2005) in Australia, Adelaide Rush (2005) in Australia, an Englishwoman, in a novel by a Welshwoman named Sarah Waters, said: “All them scraps.” (2005), an Englishman surnamed Rivers said: “I say it not for gallantry`s sake. I say what I see. You might do anything.” (2005), response by an Englishman forenamed Maud: “You are a man Mr Rivers and might do anything. I am a woman and might do nothing.” (2005), an Englishwoman named Mrs Clarissa Mary Farr was appointed (2006) High Mistress at a Girl`s School in England, a Northern Irish voice sang: “… be as sorry as you think I should … this flight … this splintered mast … the weight of water …” (2006), an Irish President forenamed Mary visited (2007) a place called Little Ireland and named Coatbridge in the Central Lowlands, North Lanarkshire in Scotland, a daughter of Australia, The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of Perth named Lisa Sanders Scaffidi assumed office (2007) as Lord Mayor of Perth (1838) in Western Australia and an Englishwoman named Jill Pay was appointed Serjeant at Arms of the British House of Commons (2008-2012), comment by a friend: “She found the church in … realized she could be forgiven for everything …” (2009), comment by the Englishwoman: “When people get all weepy … I think … get a grip.” (2009), a port town named Lyttelton in New Zealand was granted Category I Historic Area status (2009), comment by the Englishwoman: “… flaming Nora…” (2009), response by her brother: “… he`s found himself a nurse down in Edinburgh.” (2009), comment by a friend: “There are territories we don`t go with Anne.” (2009), comment by an English brother: “They have this book … mysteriously translated, revealed and translated … and then disappeared.” (2009), question by an English brother: “Secular? Religious?” (2009), comment by the Englishwoman: “It was wrong.” (2009), comment by a friend: “… a secret …” (2009), comment by the Englishwoman: “The Ratcatcher” (2009), comment by a Scotswoman surnamed MacDonald: “If Anne isn`t happy, than most of the people up here are affected …” (2009), a daughter of Australia crossed (2009) an imaginary line on her journey, a daughter of New Zealand and Lady in her own right, in a most gallant act of vocal femininity, sang: “… I founded a faith I built it on modern fables … you called it a false religion … I said you were right, it`s nothing to do with … you said it was raw and foolish … if we just pretend … ” (2010), an Englishwoman, The Right Honourable Lady named Anna Mary Soubry assumed office (2010) as MP for Broxtowe, the Auckland Council (2010) in New Zealand, Mayor of Auckland (2010) in New Zealand, a New Zealand cross-country skier from a town along the Trans-Canada Highway in Alberta, Canada named Sarah Jane Spidy Murphy represented New Zealand at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver on the Lower Mainland in British Columbia, Canada, an Englishwoman, The Right Honourable Lady named Emma Elizabeth Reynolds held office (2011-2013) as Shadow Minister for Europe, the Annette Kellerman Aquatic Center (2011) in Merrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia, a Swedish woman forenamed Annelie climbed (2011) Mount Everest, an Australian Councillor (2003-2013) for the City of Perth (1856), The Englishwoman said: “More specifically about marrying an Englishwoman.” (2012), The Englishwoman said: “Some Englishwomen will be suspicious of you. They might not trust that you do genuinely like them. So that`s why it`s really important when you do pursue an Englishwoman that you are sincere and take your time.” (2012), a daughter of Australia named Jade Kudrenko was elected (2012) Councillor for Alice Springs Town Council (1971), a Welshwoman and sailor forenamed Hannah who gained (2011) silver in Perth, Western Australia, sailed (2012) with an Englishwoman and sailor forenamed Saskia in Spain, an Australian MLA, The Honourable named Eleni Evangel assumed office (2013) as Member for Perth (1890), an Australian Senator, The Honourable named Penelope Ying-Yen Wong who was educated at a Protestant boarding school named Scotch College (1919) in Adelaide, Australia assumed office (2013) as Leader of the Opposition in the Senate and comment by The Englishwoman: “My subject at university was English literature. You will not believe how many books I`ve read. Probably thousands of books. Too much.” (2013).
Made less than a century after an Australian lawyer with a Master of Laws from the University of Tasmania (1890), Her Excellency The Honourable Professor named Catherine Ann Friend Warner assumed office (2014) as Governor of Tasmania (1855), an English roll-on/roll-off ferry named MV St Catherine (1983) was reunited (2015) with her sister named MV St Helen (1983) in Italy, a daughter of Ireland and QC, The Hon Mrs Justice Keegan named Dame Siobhan Roisin Keegan was (2015) sworn into office as judge of the High Court of Northern Ireland, a daughter of Ireland and QC, The Hon Madam Justice McBride named Dame Denise Anne McBride who was appointed (2006) Honorary Lecturer, was (2015) sworn into office as judge of the High Court of Northern Ireland, a daughter of England, Her Excellency named Menna Frances Rawlings assumed office (2015) as High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Australia (1936), comment by the Englishwoman: “The Scottish verdict of not proven is an odd … you can`t be tried again but you have it hanging over your head.” (2016), a copulation ritual (2016) in Brussels-Capital-Region (1989) in Belgium between two where one was standing and one was falling, here The Right Honourable Gentleman experienced a royal disappointment deeper than a Ribbon Lake named the Wastwater Lake in Lake District National Park (1951) in England, and became seriously concerned about the dignity of the Englishwoman who is a Knight In Her Own Right, I`m not havinˈ it! Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II approved the appointment (2016) of a New Zealand lawyer educated at the Victoria University of Wellington (1897) and made a Dame (1984), Her Excellency the Right Honourable named Patricia Lee Reddy as Governor-General of New Zealand (1841), a bird whispered that four hundred and fifty-five British Women have been seriously ignored and are missing from the UK Parliament (2016), Dead Women Walking March (2016) in London, England, an Australian QC and lawyer named Melissa Anne Perry was appointed (2016) Justice of the Federal Court of Australia, an Honourable Englishwoman forenamed Theresa went on her first visit (2016) to Scotland for a meeting or an arranged duel based on a code of honor with an Honourable Scotswoman forenamed Nicola, British Airways Female Flight Attendants obtained the right (2016) to wear pants, the PM of the United Kingdom, The Rt Hon. named Theresa Mary May held (2016) the Banquet Speech in England and a Scotswoman with the initials KT sang: “… it shot like an arrow into my heart …it didn`t seem fair, no it didn`t seem fair but it made a way for something different … it took me so long to get here …” (2016).
This atmospheric and reflective retelling from the late 2000s which is set mostly in Scotland in the 21st century and where the verdict reads: male English Conservative MP, preferably from the landed gentry, to marry Miss Hulme and make her a Lady, is impelled and reinforced by its fragmented narrative structure, subtle continuity response by the Englishwoman: “the question? … am I teachable…” and the presence of a fairly honourable and free Englishwoman. A gallant documentary.