I have been reading and studying Emily Dickinson since a child, now 68. Including her letters to Susan. Including a beautiful magazine article about 10 yrs ago wherein they described how she wasn't the recluse she is always made out to be. That she had a large, enclosed garden conservatory where she had many people visit, especially children. I was saddened by this film's approach, believing it to be more marketable than true portrayal. I turned it off after 45 minutes. I gave it 2 stars because in spite of the story it had good production values.
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