‘The Iron Lady‘ is a film that deserves scrutiny. There are several reasons: first, the film is about the football exploits of Margaret Thatcher, Britain’s first female prime minister and the only one. The second reason, because Meryl Streep plays the role of these sensational.
Abi Morgan’s script writers give a different touch on this biopik. Do not rush to judge what is being done Thatcher during her life, Abi Morgan shows us how to transform an ambitious young woman (Alexandra Roach, as the young Margaret Thatcher) became the first woman prime minister in the United Kingdom who sometimes looks like a woman of iron, such as the title.
‘The Iron Lady‘ was opened by Margaret Thatcher’s old. Her husband Denis (Jim Broadbent, extraordinary cool of course) is long dead, although Thatcher was often seen wandering around. Thatcher suffered a kind of hallucination. The people around him worried about his health. And of course, his sanity. But, Thatcher felt fine. In solitude, with Denis Thatcher often remember the past and this is where the story begins. How did he end up married to Denis (Harry Lloyd, as a young Denis) and how to support Denis make things easier for Thatcher to enter into the world of politics which has been his ambition.
Do not stop just become a member of congress, Thatcher wanted to make Britain more shaken up again when he decided to run for the new British prime minister. And this film shows its power to record how Thatcher as prime minister of Britain.
Meryl Streep in ‘The Iron Lady‘ is the center of the solar system. Her accent was perfect, her movements are very graceful for her role as a fiery Thatcher. And the movement could turn into a weak nan fragile in the elderly Thatcher figure. Moreover, her gaze, make goosebumps. Everything looks more convincing thanks to the team make-up artist is super-realistic.
In fact, so great Streep appearance, as if the appearance of other actors was bland despite all play nice. Including Alexandra Roach with fiery eyes as a young Thatcher and of course the great Jim Broadbent who is not only easy to like but you also have a great comedic side.