As Sienna Miller stars as the mother of a missing girl, she tells Chris Harvey how she seized control of her career.

"If you started to restrict me to playing English women who went to boarding school at eight, you know, I would give up," says Sienna Miller, defiantly. We're in a club in west London; Miller is hunkered down on a small sofa, wearing a rumpled green flak jacket, clearly intended for protection and for warmth. And we've just tiptoed into a minefield.

In her new film, American Woman, Miller gives a startling performance as a blue-collar, single mum

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