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Mansfield Park -- In one of Austen's most complex plots, Billie Piper (Doctor Who, The Ruby in the Smoke) stars as Fanny Price, who goes to live with prosperous relatives at Mansfield Park.


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Release Date:
27 January 2008 (USA) See more »
At age 10, Fanny Price is sent by her destitute mother to live with her aunt and uncle, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Directed by
Iain B. MacDonald 
Writing credits
Maggie Wadey (written by)

Jane Austen  novel (uncredited)

Produced by
Rebecca Eaton .... executive producer: WGBH
George Faber .... executive producer
Nick Goding .... line producer
Suzan Harrison .... producer
Charles Pattinson .... executive producer
Original Music by
John E. Keane 
Cinematography by
Nick Dance (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Melanie Oliver 
Casting by
Emma Style 
Production Design by
Tim Hutchinson 
Set Decoration by
Dominic Smithers 
Costume Design by
Mike O'Neill 
Makeup Department
Lois McIntosh .... makeup artist
Catherine Elizabeth Smith .... crowd makeup artist: dailies
Mary Southgate .... hair designer
Mary Southgate .... makeup designer
Production Management
Phil Brown .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Michael Biggam .... key floor runner
Ben Howard .... second assistant director
Clare Wade .... third assistant director
Nige Watson .... first assistant director
Art Department
Mat Bergel .... stand-by props
David Bloodworth .... construction manager
Tamsin Clarke .... set production buyer
Beverley Gerard .... stand-by art director
David Hayden .... standby props
Mike Rawlings .... props
Lucy Weston .... art department assistant
Rod Whiting .... props
Gavin Casey .... motion designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Martin Beresford .... sound mixer
Alex Ellerington .... digital dialogue editor
Paul Hamblin .... dubbing mixer
Lee James .... boom operator
Patrick Oldacre .... playback operator
Patrick Oldacre .... wildsound recordist
Alexandros Sidiropoulos .... assistant dubbing mixer
Iain Jamieson .... assistant adr recordist (uncredited)
Virginia Thorn .... foley editor (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Max Bygrave .... digital effects editor
Ian van Temperley .... stunt double
Ian van Temperley .... stunts
Bev Wade .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Chris Allkins .... rigging gaffer
Steven Hall .... camera operator: "b" camera
Darren Harvey .... gaffer
Jamie Hicks .... focus puller
Simon Marsh .... electrician
Terry Maskell .... electrician
Davey Morgan .... additional electrician
Ben Oliver .... clapper loader
David Rankin .... key grip
Kim Vinegrad .... clapper loader dailies
Casting Department
Mohsan Qureshi .... extras casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michele Carragher .... embroiderer
Alex Fordham .... costume assistant
Samantha Horn .... costume supervisor
Jane Marcantonio .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Mario Barrera .... colorist
Gary Curran .... colorist
Warren Dowling .... on-line editor
Phil Eldridge .... assistant editor
Ilana Epstein .... post-production secretary
Location Management
Dan Connolly .... location manager (as Daniel Connolly)
Natalie Yehezkel .... location assistant
Other crew
Michael Biggam .... key floor runner
Serena Bowman .... script editor
Faye Dorn .... assistant script editor
Jane Gibson .... choreographer
Claire Harrison .... assistant accountant
Elaine Harrison .... production accountant
Vicki Howe .... script supervisor
Leana Martin .... production secretary
Helen Pannett .... production coordinator

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120 min (including commercials) | Finland:88 min (excluding commercials)

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The white muslin dress with yellow overdress Michelle Ryan wears during the scene in which Sir Thomas asks Maria if she wants to marry Mr. Rushworth is the same gown Kate Winslet wears as Marianne Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility (1995) during the picnic scene, and a farmhouse servant wears in Eroica (2003) (TV).See more »
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95 out of 123 people found the following review useful.
Jane Austen for the intellectually-challenged, 19 March 2007
Author: ChrisQ from London UK

I watched 40 minutes and couldn't bear it any longer – the television went off and I returned to some light reading "Lobotomy for Beginners".

It was hard to say what aspect of this production was most displeasing - dialogue made up entirely of sound-bytes or the acting by numbers.

It was difficult to determine the period in which the drama was supposed to take place. There were throw-away references to Lord Nelson and slavery but Edmund, the cleric-to-be, played by Blake Ritson was the only actor who one could believe inhabited the early 19th century. The other bright-young things had make-up and costumes more appropriate to a 21st century fancy dress party - the bleached-blonde Fanny, Billie Piper being the least credible character.

UK commercial television obviously believes heaving bosoms, pouting lips and deep meaningful looks make a good story. Fortunately Jane Austen had other ideas.

If you want to find out the story of Mansfield Park, buy the 1983 mini-series DVD.

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