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Status: Released

Runtime: 90

Budget: $0

Revenue: $0

Languages: es, en

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  • 2008-02-03
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Content Score: 100

7.3/10 (2 votes)

Overview

An outwardly confident but unmarried woman on the verge of her fortieth birthday reflects on her past suitors and the choices she once made while attempting to help her marriage minded niece choose between a number of potential suitors in this tale inspired by the life and letters of Jane Austen. Jane Austen is about to turn forty, but she still hasn't found her ideal man. When Jane is approached by her niece Fanny and asked to help select the perfect husband for the young girl, the aging spinster begins to wonder why it is that she never found a man to share her own life with. Perhaps if Jane had accepted the proposal of a wealthy landowner she could have saved her family from financial ruin, and what of the handsome young physician who once warmed to Jane after tending to her ailing family members?

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Director: Jeremy Lovering
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Olivia Williams

Olivia Williams
as Jane Austen

Imogen Poots

Imogen Poots
as Fanny Austen Knight

Greta Scacchi

Greta Scacchi
as Cassandra Austen

Hugh Bonneville

Hugh Bonneville
as Rev Brook Bridges

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