Spot the differences between Florence Foster Jenkins’ real life and the movie.
If there’s one thing that "Florence Foster Jenkins" (starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant) proves, it’s that you can get pretty far by faking it for a bit.
The movie, which follows the titular character around 1940s New York City as she tries to realize her lifelong dream of becoming an accomplished singer, was actually not filmed in New York City at all.
Filmmakers went to Glasgow, Liverpool, and London to recreate the Manhattan vibes of Florence’s time. And although they pull off the recreation convincingly, there are a few small but distinguishable signs that Florence, her common law husband St. Clair Bayfield, and accompanist Cosmé McMoon are in Europe and not New York.
Those who loved the film can go on their own dive into Florence’s world (both real and for the film) to try to spot the differences.
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