Emma. (U)

A young woman wearing a bonnet looks off-screen and seductively holds a piece of food up to her mouth.

A stylish reimagining of Jane Austen's beloved comedy about finding your equal and achieving your happy ending.

Anya Taylor-Joy (The WitchSplit) and Johnny Flynn (Beast, Lovesick) lead the cast in this feature debut from director Autumn de Wilde.

The attractive, intelligent, and wealthy Emma Woodhouse (Taylor-Joy) is a restless unrivalled queen bee in her sleepy little town. She must navigate through erroneous matches and romantic failures to discover the love that has been there all along. 

Bill Nighy, Josh O'Connor and Miranda Hart also star in this glittering social satire about class and the difficulties of becoming an adult.

Tagged with: Cinema New releases

UK 2020 Dir Autumn de Wilde 124 min

There is a captioned screening of Emma at 5.55pm on Tue 18 Feb in Cinema 3.


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