Sense and Sensibility
- Director: Ang Lee
- Running Time: 136 min
- Rated Cert: PG
- Release Date: (1995)
Rich Mr. Dashwood dies, leaving his second wife and her daughters poor by the rules of inheritance. Two daughters are the titular opposites.
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Jane Austen's 1811 novel “Sense and Sensibility,” was her first published book, and, like her other masterpieces to come, it portrays the quest for love, marriage and money among the people she knew best — 18th-century English gentry — with wry wit...
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When readers think of Jane Austen and her writing, matters of matrimony, inheritance, and land ownership likely come to mind. The theater company Bedlam does not stray too far from these elements of Austen's world in its approach to staging “Sense...
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CAMBRIDGE — Oh, dear reader, Jane Austen is alive and well and rolling on casters at the American Repertory Theater. Playwright Kate Hamill's “Bedlam's Sense and Sensibility” is a high-energy, inventively staged production from the New York theater...
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