: Helena Bonham Carter, Matthew Macfadyen, Denis LawsonDirector
: James HawesRated
Enid Blyton is recongised as one of the most successful storytellers of all time however behind the fame is a ferocious, driven and totally self-absorbed individual. Enid, the DTV movie, explores how the enchanting adventures created in her stories contrasted with the stark oppression that clouds her personal life.
Step into the shoes of Enid Blyton (Helena Bonham-Carter) and watch how she balances success with the ebb and flow of life at home. Against the ever-changing backdrop of a turbulent up-bringing and embarking on a dream, she forges a pragmatic path to gaining the love and admiration of her readers whilst ignoring those who are closet-to-home.
Leaving her husband, ignoring her own children and facing accusations of using a syndicate to pen her books all but complete the tale of Britain's most compelling authors. Helena Bonham-Carter has recently been nominated for a BAFTA in the Best Actress category in recognition of her portrayal of Enid, available to own on DVD from 21st of July 2010.Special Features
Feature with Director's commentary
Deleted Scenes with Director's commentary
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Review: Helena Bonham Carter is absorbing in this biographical drama of one of the most beloved authors of favourites of childhood books like 'The Magic Faraway Tree' & Beatrix Potter. Helena Bonham Carter throws herself into this character with conviction and portrays a self-absorbed individual whos insensative to othes.