Isobel Waller-Bridge Used Elizabeth Debicki’s Actual Heartbeat to Score ‘Vita & Virginia’

She may share a last name (and genes) with the hottest woman in showbiz, but Isobel Waller-Bridge is a fiery talent in her own right. Not only has the musician and composer scored both seasons of her sister Phoebe’s 11-time Emmy-nominated “Fleabag,” she’s lent her melodic ear to an episode of “Black Mirror,” scored the entirety of BBC One’s “The Split,” as well as Amazon’s critically lauded “Vanity Fair” limited series. Her latest film project hits theaters this weekend: the lush period romance “Vita & Virginia,” which chronicles the intense and intellectual love affair between Virginia Woolf (Elizabeth Debicki) and the writer Vita Sackville-West (Gemma Arterton).

“I’m such a Virginia Woolf, kind of, obsessive. And the idea of delving into her love affair with Vita Sackville-West… even though I’ve already done it, I think about it, and it’s like the dreamiest thing,” Waller-Bridge
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