Judi Dench and Bob Hoskins put on a great

In the darkest days of World War II, the Windmill Theater
in London’s Soho district was an emblem for the indomitable British spirit,
even as Hitler’s bombs threatened to destroy the city. "We Never
Closed" became the motto of the theater, proudly declaring that it
remained open while bombs fell and other theaters and clubs all closed. This is
the backdrop for the story of British grande dame Laura Henderson, played by
(who else but?) Judi Dench, a role that brought her a recent Oscar nomination.
After all, it would hardly be Oscar night without Judi Dench up for something. (continue reading Mrs Henderson Presents)