Brunette and British Minnie Driver is a compelling composite of roundnesses. Start with the porcelain pure circularity of the wide and wondrous Driver face. Such a visage is a signpost to the perfectly orbicular delights below. One enchanted glance at the mesmerizing moon-like mug, and assumptions are made. Minnie’s mounds of mammary must be as perfectly curved as beach balls, and the rotundity of hip and nate, one would bet, are complementary creations of heavenly arc. The Governess (1998), aside from providing nuanced romantic dramatics in a Masterpiece Theater vein, also offers up well-lit verification of the mounds of alluring round beneath Minnie’s clothing.