This is the latest adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic romantic comedy. It follows the rich and smart Emma Woodhouse whose sweet beauty makes her the queen of Highbury, a fictional village in England. In this small community, Emma rules over the minds of the girls but also over the hearts of the gentlemen in the area. As a pretty but spoiled young lady, Emma also overestimates her matchmaking abilities to a great point. Without realising the dangers that follow when you try to meddle in other people's lives, Emma is often lead astray by her own imagination. This film is a satire of the society and its sometime ridiculous rules. It shows how difficult it may be to find true love. It also wisely points the mistakes women and men do when they do not listen to their heart but let other people make choices instead of them.
" Is there a movie that you had been looking forward to, but that you can’t see now because the cinemas are closed? Don’t panic! Some production companies have chosen to make the movies available online. Right now, you can watch ’The Invisable Man’, ’Emma’ and ’Doolitle’ on Viaplay, but online premieres have also been planned for ’Sonic the Hedgehog’ and ’The Hunt’. The movies can be rented online for 189 kr., but then you can also watch it with your roommate. "
" A couple of days ago the second trailer to the periodic comedy drama ‘Emma’ was released. The movie is based on Jane Austen’s novel from 1815 and therefore takes place during this time. That means plenty of fantastic costumes, which the new trailer even clearer displays. The costumes are created by the Oscar winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne, who have previously worked on everything from the Avengers movies to ’Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ and ’Mary Queen of Scots’. So, get ready to get sucked into a well-dressed Jane Austen universe. The movie premieres in Danish cinema on the 5th of March. "
" Jane Austens novel ‘Emma’ from 1815 have long been popular, and this year we get a new version with Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn and Bill Nighy as some of the main characters. However, this isn’t the first time Austens classic have come to life. In fact, the book has inspired an additional 3 movies and 8 different tv-shows. Among one of the most famous is the teenage comedy ‘Clueless’ from 1995 with Alicia Silverstone as Cher Horowitz, as Emma was renamed in this version. The new version will take place during the original time period, so get ready for the costumes! The movie premieres in Danish cinemas on the 5th of March. "