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Michael Cole almost 3 years ago
Jane Austen living out her own greatest hits
Natasha Marchev over 4 years ago
review: http://bohemianrhapsodyclub.weebly.com/la-premiere.html
Amy Hendriks 5 years ago
Amazingly beautiful, so sad it had to end like that for them.
Tina Pech over 5 years ago
Interesting insight. Inspires learning more about the author.
Jack Genius over 5 years ago
Not really a fan of this movie, but it is nice and a bit sad.
Randi Steers over 7 years ago
A must see for any Jane Austen fan. Her works are timeless. This film does her justice.
Giorgia over 1 year ago
Sahar Bouzidi almost 2 years ago
Viktoria Kareva over 2 years ago
Bethany Foster over 2 years ago
jojodoug over 2 years ago
Nayesth Fuentes over 3 years ago
SS almost 4 years ago
Madison Hays almost 4 years ago
Lino Monteiro almost 4 years ago
maddie almost 4 years ago
Alex Wilkinson over 4 years ago
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Mariana over 4 years ago
Becoming Jane is a 2007 historical film directed by Julian Jarrold. It is inspired by the early life of author Jane Austen (portrayed by Anne Hathaway), and her posited relationship with Thomas Langlois Lefroy (played by BAFTA-winning Scottish actor James McAvoy). Also appearing are Julie Walters, James Cromwell and Maggie Smith. The film was produced in cooperation with several companies, including BBC Films and the Irish Film Board. It performed well at the box office, earning $37 million worldwide according to Box Office Mojo. The casting was by Gail Stevens and Gillian Reynolds, costumes by Eimer Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh, and the original soundtrack was composed by Adrian Johnston. Although the film assumes an otherwise unproven relationship between Austen and Lefroy, the original screenplay was inspired by real events, which were chronicled in the book Becoming Jane Austen by Jon Spence, who was the historical consultant on the film. In fact, prior to Spence’s book, biographers Radovici...
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