“Perswazje”, novel quote Jane Austen Directed by Carrie Cracknell, it will be available on Netflix on July 15, but the first reviews have already been posted online. Cracknell’s film was crushed by critics. Almost everything from Johnson’s acting to the quality of conveying the reality of the famous writer’s novel to the screen was rated negatively.
“This is the worst Austin adaptation I’ve ever seen,” critic Morgan Lee Davies wrote of Bustle on Twitter. “Absolutely unforgivable. Cancel Netflix, cancel it Dakota Johnson– She added.
Clarice Lovery of The Independent wrote in a similar vein, saying that the lead role was a “pathetically poor performance” and that “there is no feeling that any of the crew have read the persuasion”. Loughrey gave the film one star, as did Wendy Ide of The Guardian, who described the production as a “parody.” Brian Viner of the Daily Mail wrote about the film in a similar fashion; He called it “terrible torture.”
The film was criticized after the release of the first trailer. Viewers did not like the fact that the main character has a completely different character than in the book, it is more frivolous and immature. She also does not act according to the customs of the time (the novel by Jane Austen appeared posthumously in 1817), in addition, she wears her loose hair, which was unimaginable at the time. Based on the trailer, viewers called the new adaptation of “Persuasion” a mix “Bridgertons” With a failed falsification of “Pride and Prejudice”.
Jane Austen’s novel Persuasion tells the story of 27-year-old Anna Elliot, who was persuaded by her family to break off their engagement eight years ago. The title’s convictions refer to the family influence that dissuaded Anna from marrying Captain Frederick Wentworth. Years later, Anna and Frederick meet again – they are more mature and more life-experienced. The novel shows Anna’s inner life, her reflections on the past, and her feelings.
Sources: Independent.co.uk, YouTube
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