Actors:Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter, Louis Partridge, Adeel Akhtar, Fiona Shaw, Frances de la Tour, Burn Gorman, Susan Wokoma, Claire Rushbrook, David Bamber, Hattie Morahan, Gaby French, Paul Copley, Ellie Haddington, Alex Kelly, James Duke, Connor Catchpole, Sarah Flind, Dempsey Bovell, Neil Bell, Sofia Stavrinou, Sophie Dixon, David Kirkbride, Delroy Atkinson, Mary Roscoe, Anthony Aje, Anthony Rickman, Philip Scott-Wallace, Tuyen Do, Esther Coles, Owen Atlas, Pierre Bergman, Gianni Calchetti, Paul Parker, Heather Pearse, Jay Simpson
Plot of the film "Enola Holmes"
The plot revolves around a young and uneven 16-year-old Enola Holmes. Enola was raised by her mother Eidoria Holmes, played by the brilliant Helena Bonham Carter, in the absence of any male figure. Her father died when she was very young, and the two older children left home soon after. Eidoria is a feral and wild feminist in patriarchal England in 1884. She is a regular reader of the magazine "Clothing Reform" and the magazine "Modern Woman". She gives Enola a home education and prepares her for life in a ruthless and unfair world towards women. Enola says that her mother loves to decipher ciphers and loves word games. She called it Enola because if you read it backwards, you get "One". She wanted to tell her that she could do everything alone. She doesn't need to rely on anyone, instead she has to use her own mind. Enola was never taught embroidery, etiquette, how to dress, eat and talk. Instead, she is given lessons in jiu-jitsu and science. Enola escapes in the hope of finding her mother, but accidentally runs into Lord Tewkesbury, played by Louis Partridge. Without having time to understand anything, she finds herself involved in a big game of violence and dirty politics. On her 16th birthday, Enola finds out that her mother is missing. Her two brothers are returning home to sort out the case. Mycroft, the older brother, holds misogynistic views on things and is horrified to discover that his younger sister is deprived of all the qualities that a lady should possess. He decides to send her to a "school for women", but Enola obviously has other plans. On the other hand, Sherlock sees a lot of his own in her, but is not ready to accept this fact entirely...