Eight years earlier, Anne Elliot, the daughter of a financially troubled aristocratic family, was persuaded to break off her engagement to Frederick Wentworth, a young seaman, who, though promising, had poor family connections. When her father rents out the family estate to Admiral Croft, Anne is thrown into company with Frederick, because his sister is Mrs. Croft. Frederick is now a rich and successful Captain, and a highly eligible bachelor. Whom will he marry? One of Anne's sister's husband's sisters? Or will he and Anne rekindle the old flame?
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Did You Know?
This adaptation of the Jane Austen novel ended up being released as a feature film, titled simply "Persuasion" - without the title reference to "Screen Two." See more
Several pieces by Chopin are used, but Chopin was only born 5 years before this was set. See more
But I so dislike Bath.
Only because you associate it with the passing of your dear mother.
Sarabande in B (French Suite)
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
(as J.S. Bach)
Performed by Jeremy Sams See more