Elisabeth Moss on Keira Knightley, on-stage lesbian love in 'The Children's Hour'
Moss says of working with Knightley, "Lovely. I lucked out. She's wonderful ... we get along really swimmingly, she's amazing. She's just like a normal girl, she's very cool. Hot. And very talented."
"The Children's Hour" by Lillian Hellman is the story of a girls' school where a troubled pupil spins rumors of lesbianism about headmistresses Karen Wright (Knightley) and Martha Dobie (Moss). The scandal spreads like wildfire and ruins everything they have worked so hard to build, including Karen's impending marriage. And in the end, it turns out that Martha did have feelings all along.
We get Knightley and Moss knock it out of the park, so if you're in London, it's probably a good ticket to get.