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Editor's NoteAn elegant, deft adaptation of Jane Austen's 1816 comedy about a well-to-do young woman whose kindhearted attempts at matchmaking mask her own lack of romantic attachment. Academy Award Nominations: Best Original Musical or Comedy Score, Best Costume Design. Academy Awards: Best Original Musical or Comedy Score.
Cast & Crew
|John Franklyn Robbins|
|Douglas McGrath - Screenwriter|
|Lesley Walker - Editor|
|Ian Wilson - Director of Photography|
|Michael Howells - Production Designer|
|Patrick Cassavetti - Producer|
|Steven M. Haft - Producer|
|Rachel Portman - Composer|
|Jane Austen - Story|
|Ruth Myers - Costume Designer|
|Douglas McGrath - Director|
Plot SummaryThis adaptation of the Jane Austen novel focuses on Emma, a meddling but well-meaning 21-year-old, who LOVES to play matchmaker. She's currently obsessed with finding the perfect man for her friend Harriet. But what appears to be a simple task becomes a nightmare, as Emma's machinations set off a chain reaction of misunderstandings between a number of people. Things only worsen when Emma attempts to set things straight.| Emma may -- or may not -- succeed in finding a mate for her pal. But what's more important is that Emma will learn a few things about herself in the process.
|"It's not my place to intrude in personal matters." ---- Emma Woodhouse (GWYNETH PALTROW)|