Sense And Sensibility

Directed by Rodney Bennett
Starring Charity Wakefield, Dan Stevens, Irene Richard

Warner Home Video | April 8, 2008 | DVD

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TV adaptation of Jane Austen's Regency novel -- a novel that perceptively examines the social manners and laws that governed 19th-Century Britain. Set in a rural English village, "Sense and Sensibility" concentrates on the loves and heartaches of sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. The two have extremely divergent approaches to life: Elinor believes in behaving with propriety and thoughtfulness, while Marianne fully gives herself over to her emotions. But both women experience the same sense of confusion when their lovers, seemingly on the verge of proposing marriage, suddenly get called away to London -- followed by the swift departure of another of Marianne's suitors. So when the Dashwood family receives an invitation to the capital, they gladly accept. Now the sisters can discover what happened to their men. What they learn causes complications, calamities, and surprises... and teaches Elinor and Marianne some hard lessons they'll never forget.

Video Release: April 8, 2008

Runtime: 150

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929006007

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Sense And Sensibility

Sense And Sensibility

Directed by Rodney Bennett
Starring Charity Wakefield, Dan Stevens, Irene Richard

Video Release: April 8, 2008

Runtime: 150

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929006007


Edition Description
  • Color
  • Runtime: 150 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Synopsis

TV adaptation of Jane Austen's Regency novel -- a novel that perceptively examines the social manners and laws that governed 19th-Century Britain. Set in a rural English village, "Sense and Sensibility" concentrates on the loves and heartaches of sisters Elinor and Marianne Dashwood. The two have extremely divergent approaches to life: Elinor believes in behaving with propriety and thoughtfulness, while Marianne fully gives herself over to her emotions. But both women experience the same sense of confusion when their lovers, seemingly on the verge of proposing marriage, suddenly get called away to London -- followed by the swift departure of another of Marianne's suitors. So when the Dashwood family receives an invitation to the capital, they gladly accept. Now the sisters can discover what happened to their men. What they learn causes complications, calamities, and surprises... and teaches Elinor and Marianne some hard lessons they'll never forget.

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Jane Austen's most romantic novel of two devoted sisters is brought to life in this classic BBC production filmed in the countryside of Dorset and Somerset, England. One sister represents controlled 'Sense' and the other impulsive 'Sensibility.'
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