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At 10, Fanny Price, a poor relation, goes to live at Mansfield Park, the estate of her aunt's husband, Sir Thomas. Clever, studious, and a writer with an ironic imagination and fine moral ... See full summary »
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The daughter of a country doctor copes with an unwanted stepmother, an impetuous stepsister, burdensome secrets, the town gossips, and the tug on her own heartstrings for a man who thinks of her only as a friend.
The T.V. adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's novel Jane Eyre is about a young woman who becomes governess to the ward of Mr. Rochester, a brooding and enigmatic man. She falls in love with him. But what secrets lie in his past and threaten to enter his future?Written by
In the establishing long shoot of the scene, "An Ernest Proposal," Rochester is standing in the shade and Jane is walking from the sun into the shaded area. When the dialog begins, although they've maintained their positions, Jane is now standing in the shade and Rochester is standing in the sun. This is probably due to the dialog being filmed at a different time. See more »
[Gets out of the coach a couple miles from Thornfield]
Take my trunk on up to Thornfield, would you?
Won't you ride, Miss? You've had a very long journey.
No, I'm nearly home. It's my favorite walk.
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I am old enough to remember the original JANE EYRE from the 50s and it terrified me. I was too young to understand the subtleties of the plot - and I am glad I waited nearly 50 years to see what I think will be regarded as the definitive version. This is quite simply the best TV production I have ever seen with terrific performances and photography and it sweeps along at an excellent pace, the dialogue sounding fresh and modern enough to understand and be relevant for the 21st century. Some men may be put off by the girly girly Bronte name - but believe me this is a subject that works well for everyone and if I ever write a book called 1000 TV Shows To See Before You Die - this will certainly be in the Top 10.
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