Mansfield Park movie plot

2022-03-19 08:01
Although he has lived in Mansfield Park since he was a child, everything here cannot make Fanny (Frances O'connor Frances O'Connor ornaments) feel a touch of kindness. The status of being under the fence made her feel the warmth and warmth of human feelings when she was young. Fortunately, with the care and company of the kind Edmund (Jonny Lee Miller Jonny Lee Miller), Fanny was able to keep the small piece of pure land in her heart. The talented Fanny likes to record her inner thoughts and feelings through words, and it is her biggest dream to become a writer.
The arrival of Henry (Alessandro Nivola) and Mary (Embeth Davidtz) broke the quiet life in the manor, and the London experience made the two brothers and sisters used to enthusiasm and unrestrained spirit The expression of affection is rare in Mansfield Park. Soon, Edmund's attention was attracted by the beautiful Mary. At the same time, Henry seemed to like Fanny very much. Facing this sudden change in life, Fanny didn't know what to do   .
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  • Jedidiah 2022-03-19 09:01:11

    OMG. . . This is not Jane Austen~ This is not Jane Austen. . . The same model as the American movie version of p&p =-=~~~ The Qiong Yao drama in the middle once crossed to the point where I thought that there was actually a female protagonist running away with the playboy male second. . . And, this playboy is more reliant on the shop than the heroine, and more cute =-=~. . . . . Well~ when I don't know where the movie came from, I can actually watch it -0-~

  • Camylle 2022-03-19 09:01:11

    British classical dramas are as beautiful as ever, but Fanny here is too selfish. Except for the man she fell in love with, wouldn't others have no heart and no pain? It's okay to pursue true love, but she has no right to hurt others. Being rich is not shameful, and being poor is not something worth showing off, not to mention that she can't stand poverty.

Mansfield Park quotes

  • Edmund Bertram: She does not think evil, but she speaks it. It grieves me to the soul.

    Fanny Price: The effect of education, perhaps.

    Edmund Bertram: [scoffs] Perhaps I can uneducate her.

  • Mary Crawford: Selfishness must always be forgiven, you know, because there is no hope for a cure.

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