Whilst other children from their village, Jane Fairfax and Frank Weston, are sent away to be raised by wealthier relatives, Frank's surname being changed to Churchill, Emma and Isabella Woodhouse remain with their testy, selfish widowed father until Isabella marries John Knightley, whose brother is a frequent visitor to the Woodhouses, though Isabella moves to London with her spouse. Emma shamelessly match-makes former nanny Miss Taylor with Frank's father and is triumphant when they marry. Looking around for another match, she decides that Harriet Smith, an orphan who has become her companion is too good for the young farmer Martin and should aspire to be the wife of the vicar, Mr. Elton. Regardless of what Harriet thinks. Written by
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When Mr. Knightley is walking to visit Emma and Emma is in the window, the position of Mr. Knightley walking toward the house does not proceed normally; as the shot cuts back and forth to him in the background, his position changes - he is closer and then further away and then closer in succeeding shots. See more
[of Mr. Elton
That man is so full of himself it's a wonder he can stay on that horse.