The Life and Death of Peter Sellers

51. The Life and Death of Peter Sellers (2004) [Not Rated]

summary from imdb.com:

The feature adaptation of Roger Lewis’ book about the actor best remembered as Inspector Clouseau in the Pink Panther movies.

directed by: Stephen Hopkins

starring: Geoffrey Rush, Charlize Theron, Emily Watson, John Lithgow, Mariam Margolyes, Stanley Tucci, Stephen Fry, Heidi Klum,

A Trailer

Conservo-Libertarian Reviews:
Nehring The Edge

Abortion/Life Content:

Charlize Theron: I’m not feeling very well.

Geoffrey Rush: Darling, there are lots of other bathrooms in the house.

Charlize: That’s not what I meant.

Geoffrey: What?

Charlize: I’m pregnant.

Geoffrey: Oh, well, I suppose you’ll have to… you know.

Charlize: What?

Geoffrey: Well, have an abortion, sweetheart. I’m sure it can be arranged.

Charlize: No. I want this child.

Geoffrey: I’ve got two already. Have one of mine.

Charlize: Peter, I want to be a mother to our child. I’ve always… given you room for what you needed.

Geoffrey: Darling, is now the right time?

Charlize: Yes. You are healthy. We are in love. Oh, Peter, let’s have this baby.

Geoffrey Rush: Keep breathing, love. The hospital’s just up ahead… I think. All right, lads, give her some air.

Charlize Theron: Oh, we’re fine, thank you.

Josh Cole: How d’you feel third time around?

Geoffrey Rush to Josh Cole (the reporter): Ecstatic, absolutely thrilling.

Geoffrey Rush to Charlize: You’ll be fine. Just make it quick. We start filming in a week.

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