One's a true heroine. One's an actress. Why can't we women tell the difference?

Carol Sarler
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/28/2013, p69
LOOK, I admire Dame Judi Dench. You admire Dame Judi Dench. In interviews, even Dame Judi gives the impression of a pleasantly high opinion of herself and her gifts.


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