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Beatrix Potter (Renée Zellweger) is one of the world's best-loved children's authors, but behind her whimsical tales of rabbits, hedgehogs and mice lies a surprising true story of love and defiance. Potter fought Victorian convention, and her parents, to pursue her dream of becoming a published author and for her right to marry the man she loved - her publisher, Norman Warne (Ewan McGregor).
Released in 2006 and directed by Chris Noonan, Renée Zellweger slips easily into Beatrix's bonnet, playing her with the respect such a national treasure deserves. With the sweeping views of the Lake District, and the paintings that come alive in Beatrix's eyes, Miss Potter is sweet and moving in turn; a love letter to the National Trust (which Potter's father helped found) and a tribute to a great writer.