And, of course, what follows is Michael Kitchen’s beautiful delivery of a speech that’s at once touching, romantic, and humorous.
Dominic Dromgoole wrote in The Sunday Times (Aug. 31, 2003):
Kitchen and Okonedo are two of our best actors. They managed to play a substantial story of growing love without any intense stares or moist lips or fidgety signals. There was a lone touching of the upper arm. What they played was a slow-growing spread of trust between two people, and what is love if not trust?
I would have preferred Sophie Okenedo with Michael Kitchen as the companion. tmblr.co/ZQeEnv2NthvL9—
Beth Plutchak (@bplutchak) July 16, 2017
Me, too! Sophie Okonedo and Michael Kitchen are a dream team.