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David Olawale Ayinde,
'Vanity Fair' I think Gwyneth Huges has done a great job with this adaptation! Only the British do fine work, so much finess, costumes, beautiful new and modern music, and above all, the performances that are all on an extraordinarily high level, especially loving the friendship between the girls!
I have only seen 2 episodes so far (I intend seeing all, doesn't make sense to watch one or two and not the rest! Real dumb!
There's deceit, scheming, wicked behaviour from Becky, wonderfully played and then there is beautiful, sensitive and most of all devoted Amelia, both doing a great job in their extreme roles. The rest of the cast are incredible! With some very famous actors.
Is it an excellent drama? Yes! Does Is it clever and witty? Yes! No! Does it have wonderful acting? Yes! There are some rising stars and I look forward to seeing more of them
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