"She is not dangerous. She is remarkable and always has been!" Enola Holmes review. Tap to find out!
By Riddhika Chakrabarti
The Netflix film Enola Holmes was released worldwide on 23rd September and is still on trending.
This Netflix film is directed by Harry Bradbeer, produced by Mary Parent and the story is by Nancy Springer. The cast is extremely strong and remarkable. Enola Holmes, the sister of Sherlock and Mycroft Holmes is played by the Stranger Things actress Millie Bobby Brown, Sherlock Holmes is Henry Cavill, Mycroft Holmes is Sam Claflin, Tewkesbury is Louis Partridge, and Eudoria Holmes is Helena Bonham Carter. The film has a 6.7 IMDB as of now, 92% Rotten Tomatoes, and 68% Metacritic.
In this film, Enola wakes up to find that her mother Eudoria has gone missing on her sixteenth birthday and hence decides to call her brother namely Sherlock Holmes who is, as he likes to call him, a Consulting Detective who is known for his observations, deduction, and forensic science and Mycroft Holmes who is believed to have astonishing abilities of deduction but is never implemented due to lack of interest.
Enola who is intelligent and insightful decides to escape with the money her mother hid for her, disguised as a boy on a mission to bring her missing mother back. She goes against all odds and proves that no woman is obliged to maintain the social norms of the society and eventually finds her mother. Even though there are some political issues depicted in the film, the actors and the filmmakers have been able to beautifully make a balance between the two i.e. the issues and the adventure. Eventually, it was shown that Enola was able to find her true self and her capabilities.
The audience has been highly impressed with Brown's performance. The film has been described to be fun, charming, fast-paced, and is said to have captivating cinematography. Even though there was some controversy about Sherlock being portrayed as emotional but the film has been enjoyed and appreciated by the audience worldwide.
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