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Rupert Grint
Actor, Driving Lessons (2006)
Grint makes no attempt to raise his accent to the received pronunciation of his parents (Laura Linney and Nicholas Farrell, who struggle with undeveloped roles). This makes him look and sound like a slob. Nothing he says, does or writes suggests that Dame Evie is anything other than deranged when she praises him for having “the soul of a poet”. The soul of a motor-bike messenger, possibly.
(Chris Tookey, Daily Mail)
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