Emma (2009)

Release Date: 30 November 2009 | Certificate: Universal, suitable for all
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Romola Garai, Jonny Lee Miller and Michael Gambon head a stellar cast in this fresh, funny and perceptive adaptation. An exciting combination of elegantly structured scripts, lively performances and contemporary production techniques delivers an Emma that sparkles with wit and energy, bringing Austen’s comic masterpiece to a new generation. Beautiful, clever, and rich Emma Woodhouse is convinced she is good at matchmaking after her older sister and her governess both marry suitable husbands. No matter that, as Mr Knightley drily observes, in reality, she had nothing to do with these relationships. She simply watched them blossom.

Yet Emma, certain of her talents, plays a dangerous game as she persuades her new friend, the young, pretty and socially inferior Harriet to reject an advantageous marriage proposal to a local farmer in favour of dashing Mr Elton. Knightley is furious with Emma for raising Harriet’s hopes for a match she could not possibly achieve. And Emma soon discovers that Mr Elton is far more socially ambitious and mercenary than she had ever realised. So begins a story that challenges Emma’s naivety, her social preconceptions and her relationship with Knightley.

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Region 2
Sound: Dolby Digital
Main Language: English
Release Date: 30 November 2009
Certificate: U - Universal - Suitable for all
Catalogue No: BBCDVD2997