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‘Elizabeth is Missing’ - BBC 1

Discussion in 'off topic' started by Martyn Miles, Dec 8, 2019.

  1. Martyn Miles

    Martyn Miles pfm Member

    I have just finished watching ‘Elizabeth is Missing’ on BBC1, starring Glenda Jackson.
    In a fascinating tale, with many twists and turns, Miss Jackson was superb.
    If you missed it, do catch up.
    It made a lovely change from the BBC’s recent dramas, some of which I thought were getting rather boring...
    hifinutt likes this.
  2. Bob McC

    Bob McC Living the life of Riley

    Harrowing watch.

    carpe diem everyone!
  3. MikeMA

    MikeMA pfm Member

    I fell asleep.
  4. Stunsworth

    Stunsworth pfm Member

    I didn’t see it, but the reviews have been very positive. One to catch up on via iPlayer.
    blossomchris likes this.
  5. alanbeeb

    alanbeeb pfm Member

    It was excellent. Good to see Glenda Jackson hasn't stopped acting. The story has similarities with Christopher Nolan's film "Memento".
  6. MVV

    MVV pfm Member

    Brilliant. My eyes are sore.
  7. Mullardman

    Mullardman Moderately extreme...

    Having seen Alzheimer's take my Mum and both parents in law.. I found it disturbingly real
    Snufkin likes this.
  8. cctaylor

    cctaylor pfm Member

    A great performance by Glenda Jackson. A touching story with a good supporting cast. As others have said a window into the world of dementia, which has so many different ways it can affect people.
  9. ks.234

    ks.234 pfm Member

    Sorry, can’t watch that, too close to home at the moment
  10. peter bj

    peter bj pfm Member

    sorry I also fell asleep half way in
  11. guey

    guey pfm Member

    That, I'm afraid.
    ks.234 likes this.
  12. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    It was a painful watch but compelling non the less.
  13. hifinutt

    hifinutt hifinutt

    so glad you highlighted this Martyn , it was so compelling and so real. The mixing up of who family were , buying loads of cans of food the same etc and so many other things . Great to highlight the problems of dementia
  14. Tony L

    Tony L Administrator

    I watched it earlier today based on this thread recommendation. Nicely done with a remarkable performance from Glenda Jackson. No idea what sort of gong one gets for TV stuff like that, but I’d expect her to be picking one up at some point.
  15. richardg

    richardg Admonishtrator

    I have seen 3 members of the family go down with it now. I can't think of a TV show I'd like to watch less. In fact any of the ones that are about illness I don't watch.
    vuk, russel and ks.234 like this.
  16. russel

    russel ./_dazed_and_confused

    Same here.
    vuk and ks.234 like this.
  17. cobbers

    cobbers pfm Member

    Thanks for highlighting.
    Did not see it but will on Iplayer.
    Took my father 15 years ago.
  18. Woodface

    Woodface pfm Member

    I thought it was excellent, Glenda Jackson put in a remarkable performance. I have had family members effected by this but I still enjoyed it as a piece of drama.
  19. camverton

    camverton pfm Member

    A superb performance by Glenda Jackson. Not just superb but terrifying for any of us entering our last chapters and finding short term memory isn’t what it was, or that considering the relationships in a database inspire a deep desire for a snooze.

    Does anyone remember her in The Music Lovers (?) Ken Russell’s film about Tchaikovsky. Her performance on the floor of a rocking railway carriage was memorable... or was it?

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