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Nicole Merlin 3 years ago
Quite lovely. Some really beautiful moments.
Grace over 3 years ago
So dramatic. But I guess I can't be too surprised.
Robyn Hamilton over 6 years ago
Not to be crass, but I've said it before and I'll say it again. Keats was a whiny pussy.
Maggie Triantafillou over 6 years ago
Fanny Brawne and John Keats' romance is simply beautiful. Director Jane Campion is amazing
Juli Anna J. H. over 1 year ago
Savvina Moutafidou almost 3 years ago
Lino Monteiro 3 years ago
Alice Albescu over 3 years ago
Alex Wilkinson over 3 years ago
Matthew Barry over 4 years ago
Nicole McKeon over 4 years ago
Sam Bowman almost 5 years ago
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Martin Stannard almost 5 years ago
Inês almost 5 years ago
Daniela 5 years ago
gio over 5 years ago
Ale Márquez over 5 years ago
Bright Star is a 2009 film based on the last three years of the life of poet John Keats and his romantic relationship with Fanny Brawne. It stars Ben Whishaw as Keats and Abbie Cornish as Fanny. A British/Australian/French co-production, it was directed by Jane Campion, who wrote the screenplay and was inspired by the biography of Keats by Andrew Motion, who served as a script consultant on the film. The film competed in the main competition at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival, and was first shown to the public on 15 May 2009. The film's title is a reference to a sonnet by Keats named "Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art", which he wrote while he was with Brawne. In 1818 Hampstead, the fashionable Fanny Brawne (Abbie Cornish) is introduced to poet John Keats (Ben Whishaw) through the Dilke family. The Dilkes occupy one half of a double house, with Charles Brown (Paul Schneider) (Keats' friend, roommate, and associate in writing) occupying the other side. Though Fanny's...
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