Fantastic performance from Sally (Made in Dagenham, Blue Jasmine) Hawkins, in this biopic of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (1903-70) and her unlikely romance with the man she becomes housekeeper for, played by Ethan Hawke. Maud is a young woman coping with arthritis and living unhappily with her aunt. A bundle of nervous tics and stammers, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to the loud, brash, bad-tempered Everett – a local fish pedlar in need of a housekeeper for his tiny shack. Though violent towards her, Everett grudgingly allows Maud to paint which gives her a source of happiness. When a wealthy woman visiting from New York goes wild over her paintings, Maud’s celebrity begins to spread. “sensitive, beautifully acted film lingers long after the final frame” Empire

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