Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and earning your happy ending, is reimagined in this. Handsome, clever, and rich, Emma Woodhouse is a restless queen bee without rivals in her sleepy little town. In this glittering satire of social class and the pain of growing up, Emma must adventure through misguided matches and romantic missteps to find the love that has been there all along.Written by
Connor Swindells (Mr. Martin) and Tanya Reynolds (Mrs. Elton) both appear on Sex Education. See more »
When Emma and Harriet first take tea together, the ringlet in front of Emma's left ear alternates between being snagged in her earring and hanging free. See more »
Mr. Churchhill will soon return to Yorkshire. We must make the most of every opportunity until he does.
He's in Highbury only two weeks.
And yet he spent a whole day going to London just to get his hair cut. Sixteen miles, twice over. He's a trifling, silly fop.
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The film's title has a period at the end, meant to signify the movie as a "period piece" set in the original era. See more »
How Firm a Foundation
Performed by Maddy Prior and The Carnival Band
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Fun, stylistic, and is basically everything I wanted from the film. The color palette was absolutely gorgeous. I really enjoyed this film and I think any audience member will If they are into period pieces
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