A year ago, one of my favorite actresses, Frances McDormand, was cast as the lead in Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day -- a film about a governess in the '30s who has to sneak her way into a new job after getting a notoriously bad reputation. In April, Amy Adams signed on to play Delysia, the American star she works for. Now that the film is less than a month away from release (March 7), Focus Features has thrown up a whole slew of clips and goodies on YouTube. Above you can see a brief featurette, and then after the jump, a bunch of short clips from the film. If these are any indication of the the feature on a whole, I can't wait to see it. Unsurprisingly, it looks like McDormand has done a wonderful job, and Amy Adams really seems to be holding her own -- and proving that Junebug wasn't a fluke.
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