And I think while she can juggle all of those different balls, everything is OK.
A: Katy has a very good working relationship with Andrew. He’s exactly the sort of person that Katy would imagine her sister wanting to go out with. She’s set them up on the date in the first place, which puts her in a very difficult situation. Q: What is that about Jack and Harry’s writing that has been interesting for you?
"When you are fresh from drama school and eager to please, you will do those sorts of scenes just to appear obliging, but I've learned that I’m actually a bit of a prude and now I put my foot down and am much more discerning.” After her red light days (A Harlot’s Progress, 20,000 Streets Under the Sky, The Private Life of Samuel Pepys, with Steve Coogan) came a slew of “mad psychic” roles.
This kicked was kicked off with the Andrew Davies drama Affinity and eventually graduated to the conversation-stopping part of a half-blood vampire in the Philip Glenister vehicle Demons, that “probably wisely” never made it past the first series.
Director Tim Fywell, known for his work with Masterpiece Theater and other British television programming, maintains period detail in this story of a modern love quandary between two women in Victorian England.
In it, Margaret Prior (Anna Madeley) begins visiting Millbanks, a dreary womens prison, to combat the malaise she feels following her fathers death.
Liar star Zoë Tapper discusses why her character Katy sets Laura up with Andrew, how she thinks audiences will react to the themes of the show, and how the personalities of creators Jack and Harry Williams couldn’t be farther from the darkness they’ve written into the series. A: I think she has so many different roles in the drama. I think their relationship starts off as that systematic go-to way of dealing with each other, but actually, not everyone is strong all the time. Q: Why does Katy choose to set Laura up with Andrew? However, she’s torn because she also has a very good working relationship with Andrew. I think it also, as a program, forces people to look at their own judgments on others and to reevaluate how they approach situations and approach other people. And sometimes when you’re working on a project as an actor, when you’re speaking your lines you might want to change a few things around just to make it feel more real to you, but with this it’s very rare that we have to change anything because it was just so real, and on the point, and could be spoken so easily. Dark atmospheres and repeated close-ups of the protagonists emotionally fraught faces lend Affinity a severity that is borderline sensationalistic.Overall, Affinity functions as a witchy soap opera suited to ladies wishing for a light spook.The physical beauty of the two actresses greatly enhances the sexual tension implicit to this supernatural fantasy.The story maintains an historical relevance to womens socio-political issues, as it envisions what womens prisons looked like during the Industrial Age, and it tackles a subject matter, namely séance, that was of major interest to women during the Victorian era.