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Period and Historical
Spoilt Emma Woodhouse attempts to improve the lives and loves of her friends and acquaintances in this smart version of Jane Austen's early 19th-century novel. But during her clumsy attempts to play matchmaker, she doesn't realise that her emotions might be in for a bumpy ride too. While there is a moral lesson lurking in here, the real strength of both the book and the film is the sharp writing and creation of great characters.
Contains infrequent very mild threat.
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This is a fascinating adaptation of Jane Austen's novel partly because of how very different it is to the book.
Excellent Ang Lee-directed adaptation of the Jane Austen novel.
Adaptation of Jane Austen's classic story of five sisters from an English family of landed gentry dealing with marriage, morality and misconceptions.
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Reading time 4 mins
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Reading time 8 mins
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