British actress Emily Blunt considers the popular cinematographer Mary Poppins the woman of the future. She, in her opinion, is ahead of her time by many decades.
Blunt, 36, was lucky enough to play this character in Mary Poppins Returns, which was released in 2018. The actress admires the personal qualities of the heroine, who describe, among other things, the current feminists.
“I think Mary Poppins is quite an influential figure for 2018, and for any period of time,” Blunt says.
The Mary Poppins book was written by Pamela Lyndon Travers in the 1930s. Since then, the governess, invented by the American writer, has fascinated many people.
“It’s very curious that Pamela Lyndon Travers described this woman back in the 1930s,” Emily wonders. – This woman can really do something, she does not rely on men and does not depend on them. She is one of those people who truly understands the importance of self-sufficiency.
In the career of the actress there were many striking works: “The Devil Wears Prada”, “The Girl on the Train.” But the role of Poppins became her favorite.
“I just think Mary is so amazing,” Blunt touches. – She is a strong, very deep personality. I’ve never played with such enthusiasm before. Absolutely enjoyed this role. And now I even miss her, honestly.
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