Emilia Clarke Is Set To Appear In 'Let Me Count The Ways'
Well, There Is A Good News For The Fans Of Emilia Clarke Who Might Want To Watch Her On-screen Even After The Game of Thrones’ Final Season! She Is Now All Set To Appear In “Let Me Count The Ways.”
- Emilia Clarke will now be portraying real-life poet Elizabeth Barrett in Bjorn Runge’s upcoming love story of “The Wife.”
- The central theme of the movie flashes back in the mid-19th century and will be following the lifestyle of Barrett.
- Barrett gets broken and weakened by a mysterious illness.
- The movie is about the love story of Barrett and Robert Browning.
Thirty-two years old English actress Emilia Clarke, who is widely known for appearing in the role of Daenerys Targaryen in the hit HBO series “Game Of Thrones,” will now be portraying real-life poet Elizabeth Barrett in Bjorn Runge’s upcoming love story of “The Wife” director Damian Jones.
The movie’s title comes from Barrett’s poem “How Do I Love Thee? Let Me Count the Ways.” Damian Jones will be directing from a screenplay by BAFTA TV and Emmy winning writer Paula Milne.
The central theme of the movie flashes back in the mid-19th century and will be following the lifestyle of Barrett who lives in the family home with her siblings in an affluent part of London.
After grabbing international attention for her poetry, Barrett gets broken and weakened by a mysterious illness and lives as a virtual recluse and relies on laudanum.
When the youthful Robert Browning enters into her life, he tries to bring a renewed sensuality and passion in her life. But, her widowed father Edward always tries his best to keep his control over her.
Damian in a statement revealed that the movie is a classic love story that delivers something entirely relevant and unexpected in today’s world. He added:
I am excited to be embarking on this journey with an outstanding team of people.
Stephen Kelliher, speaking up about the movie, revealed that he and the team are thrilled to be able to bring most compelling of love stories to the world.