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Director: Patricia Rozema     Starring: Frances O'Connor Embeth Davidtz
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Format: DVD
Sku: 221200063
UPC: 031398137740
UPC 14: 00031398137740
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Editor's Note
This sterling adaptation of Austen's third published novel, set in early 19th century Portsmouth, England, concerns Fanny Price (O'Connor), an intelligent young woman who is sent to live with her mother's wealthy family. Settling into her new life, Fanny is treated poorly by everyone except her cousin Edmund (Miller). The pair connect immediately, and pretty soon deeper feelings emerge. The arrival of a conniving brother and sister duo cause a commotion, forcing Fanny to decide if she should succumb to her material surroundings, or remain true to her heart.


Video Features DVD, Widescreen, English, French, Dolby Digital (5.1), Dolby, Digital Audio

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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Lions Gate
Video Release Date Release Date: 6/25/2013
Video Play Time Running Time: 112 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1999
Video UPC UPC: 00031398137740
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Frances O'Connor
Video Cast Info Embeth Davidtz
Video Cast Info Justine Waddell
Video Cast Info Jonny Lee Miller
Video Cast Info James Purefoy
Video Cast Info Alessandro Nivola
Video Cast Info Hugh Bonneville
Video Cast Info Harold Pinter
Video Cast Info Sheila Gish
Video Cast Info Lindsay Duncan
Video Cast Info Victoria Hamilton
Video Cast Info Lesley Barber - Composer
Video Cast Info Patricia Rozema - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Andrea Galer - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Michael Coulter - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Sarah Curtis - Producer
Video Cast Info Christopher Hobbs - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Martin Walsh - Editor
Video Cast Info Jane Austen - Source Writer
Video Cast Info Patricia Rozema - Director
Plot Summary
Fanny Price, a precociously intelligent young woman, is sent by her impoverished parents to live with her mother's wealthy sisters and family in order to benefit from the intellectual and social education, as well as material comforts, that their status affords. Fanny, of native wit, budding writing talents and a late-blooming audacity, responds well to the new environment, despite being treated as a second-class citizen by her aunts, uncle, and cousins -- with the notable exception of cousin Edmund, with whom Fanny forms a fast and close bond, and which later blossoms into love. When the smooth con-artist brother and sister act of Henry and Mary Crawford arrive and attempt to infiltrate the Betram social circle with eyes on marital connections and thereby, inheritance, Henry begins to appreciate Fanny's understated charms, and determines that she is the woman for him. Her luster, however, is due in part to her unspoken love for Edmund, and she flatly rejects Henry's advances, which she also regards as insincere. This causes great dismay to her uncle, who subjects her to heavy interrogation and pressure to submit. In the end, Fanny cannot betray her heart, and chooses to return to the veritable slums where her family still resides by the docks of Portsmouth. It's up to Edmund to realize, for himself, his love for Fanny, and hopefully provide a happy ending to the proceedings.

Professional Reviews

"...Well-turned dialogue, acute social irony..." p.66-7

Rolling Stone
"...[The cast brings] an erotic heat and stinging humor to Austen's social satire..." 11/25/1999 p.112

Movieline's Hollywood Life
"...A tribute to Austen's storytelling skills....[The film has] dramatic and emotional payoffs..." p.40

"...Rozema and her superb cast display a conviction uncommon to costume dramas....Much cinematic invention..." -- 4 out of 5 stars - Watch More Than Once 08/01/2000 p.88

USA Today
"...Rozema's untraditional approach to costume drama can be bracing....[The] performances are strong, and playwright Harold Pinter is particularly good..." 11/18/1999 p.4D

Chicago Sun-Times
"...MANSFIELD PARK is a witty, entertaining film....This is an uncommonly intelligent film, smart and amusing too..." 11/24/1999 p.43

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