Eleanor Worthington Cox on her role in 'Gwen'

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Eleanor Worthington Cox on her role in 'Gwen'

Having risen to success in the role of Matilda on the West End and becoming the youngest person to receive an Olivier award, Eleanor Worthington Cox has since moved into the world of film and is starring in the new gothic period drama, 'Gwen'.

The film follows a young girl desperately trying to hold her home together and deal with her mother's mysterious illness.

It has been directed by newcomer William McGregor. 

The pair spoke to Alicia Edwards about 'Gwen' which is out in cinemas today.

 

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