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Davis Keck over 3 years ago
Apparently I really like Fukunaga's movies.
Rachel Finston almost 4 years ago
Decent, but cut out a lot of the book's most delightful scenes and characters.
Nicole Merlin over 4 years ago
Quite lovely, although I found Jane a little too stiff.
Marina Đukanović almost 5 years ago
BBC series was my first love, but Fassbender and Wasikowska made this extraordinary.
Abriel Jenshus over 5 years ago
Heart achingly beautiful; I love this adaptation.
Randi Steers 6 years ago
Wonderful adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's original classic. Excellently cast & shot.
Davide Pellegrini 6 years ago
great movie!
Lizzie over 6 years ago
Gorgeous cinematography.
Po-Wen Lee almost 7 years ago
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
I'm always surprised at how well these movies pull me in. Fassbender definitely helped.
Jennifer Rolfe 7 years ago
Interesting interpretation.
Scarlette Wonderland 7 years ago
Wow, sad times for Jane. Nicely done tho
Elanur Tosun 3 months ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
Garrett over 1 year ago
Flo HM over 1 year ago
Bethany Foster almost 2 years ago
Jane Eyre is a 2011 British romantic drama film directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and starring Mia Wasikowska and Michael Fassbender. The screenplay is written by Moira Buffini based on the 1847 novel of the same name by Charlotte Brontë. The film was released on 11 March 2011 in the United States and 9 September in Great Britain and Ireland. The film is a co-production between BBC Films, Focus Features and Ruby Films. The script by Moira Buffini appeared on the 2008 Brit List, a film-industry-compiled list of the best unproduced screenplays in British film. The story is largely presented by way of flashbacks. In October 2009, it was announced that Cary Fukunaga would direct the adaptation. Fukunaga had been in England promoting a film when he met with the BBC and learned about their plans for a new adaptation. The filmmakers decided to play up the Gothic elements of the classic novel. Fukunaga stated, "I’ve spent a lot of time rereading the book and trying to feel out what Charlotte...
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