Loved her in “An Education,” enjoyed her working class turn in “Drive,” testy folk scene diva dish in “Inside Llewyn Davis,” she didn’t let us down (much) in “Great Gatsby,” and she’s right at home in period attire in a new film of Thomas Hardy’s “Far From the Madding Crowd.”
Carey Mulligan has long been a personal favorite, and as Bathsheba Everdene, she is flinty and willful and ahead of her Victorian Times — plucky and pretty and not afraid to get her hands dirty.
She has “Suffragette” coming up, and I’m not up to date on the latest gossip about her. So there are plenty of places for suggested questions, should you have one. Comment below, and thanks for the help.