125 minutes


Comedy, Drama, Period and Historical, Romance



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Based on one of the best-loved English-language novels of the 19th century, Jane Austen’s energetic tale of romance and youthful recklessness is brought back to the big screen with modern flair. Emma Woodhouse is a well-to-do young woman living in a small town during Georgian-and-Regency-era England. Believing that she has a particular skill in romantic matchmaking, she takes it upon herself to become involved in the love lives of her friends and family, her often misguided tactics causing social chaos and confusion. Nevertheless, Emma must navigate through the pains of growing up to realise what love and romance really means to her in this mischievous and engaging social satire that retains its warmth and wit despite being written over two hundred years ago.

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