“Why really should any lady have to generate her location in the world by wanting a distinct way?” asks Keira Knightley in a new trailer for “Misbehaviour.” The dramedy is dependent on a accurate story and sees the Oscar-nominated actress enjoying Sally, a women’s rights activist established to disrupt the 1970 Miss Earth levels of competition. She and her fellow Women’s Liberation customers are drained of the pageant “turning oppression into spectacle,” so they vow to make a spectacle of their personal.
The trailer also delivers an alternate point of view on the levels of competition. “If I win, there will be very little ladies who could commence to believe that they have a position in the entire world,” states Miss Grenada (Gugu Mbatha-Uncooked, “The Early morning Show”), who would be creating history as the initial Black Miss out on Planet if she’s crowned.
“Misbehaviour” is directed by Philippa Lowthorpe (“Call the Midwife”), and Gaby Chiappe (“Their Finest”) and Rebecca Frayn (“The Lady”) penned its script. Lesley Manville (“Harlots”), Jessie Buckley (“Wild Rose”), and Keeley Hawes (“Bodyguard”) co-star. The movie hits select theaters and VOD September 25.