Toby Jones and Sienna Miller portray the iconic Alfred Hitchcock and Tippi Hedren in the BBC Two production of The Girl.
The film, penned by Gwenyth Hughes, follows the life and relationship of Alfred Hitchcock and his discovery of Tippi Hedren and the turmoil that surrounded them while making The Birds (1963), and how his ultimate failure ended up destroying both their careers. According to BBC Two Hedren has cooperated by giving interviews to Hughes, while Hitchcock biographer Donald Spoto is attached as a consultant. Becoming Jane’s Julian Jarrold is directing with Imelda Staunton and Penelope Wilton also in the cast.
Take a look inside to see both of them in character!
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