My Boy Jack Cattrall on Kipling

Kim Cattrall's father gave her a copy of Rudyard Kipling's Kim at a young age, marking her own initiation into Kipling's fanciful world. It wasn't just her appreciation of the beloved author that inspired her to star in My Boy Jack — it was the relevance of the story to millions of families, including her own. In an exclusive interview, Cattrall talks about preparing to play Carrie Kipling, one of the most despised women of her generation, facing the potential effects of war on her own family, and growing up on Masterpiece.

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