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NPR: There are two competing pop-culture images of Helen Mirren: The powdered gray matriarch in 2006's The Queen — the role that won her an Oscar for playing the British monarch as an insular yet surprisingly wily and durable woman of the people — and the other the bombshell caught sunbathing in a bikini, in a photograph that lit up the tabloids and suggested the actress, then 63, had not passed gently into menopause. Oscar or no, this Mirren was still the libertine who took the starch out of '70s British cinema and happily agreed to appear in Caligula.

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