“It’s the most beautiful prop I’ve ever had. It’s meant to look like ivory and it’s all inlaid and engraved. And then inside…when I pull my garter, the heel pops down and a double-barrel gun comes out, and I can shoot. I can shoot from the heel, literally.” — Helena Bonham Carter as Red Harrington | The Lone Ranger 
Bonham Carter gives a haunting performance. Not the cockney fishwife created by Angela Lansbury in the famous 1979 production, but a stitched-together soul, driven to unspeakable actions by economic woe and twisted love. She yearns, heartbreakingly, for better things.
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