Jane Austin's novels and hence the movies made from her writings promote world-wide Christian viewpoint of virtue, grace and manners. While sometimes poking justified fun at some church ministers who give long boring sermons, Jane Austin obviously took the Christian religion seriously and believed in its moral value system.
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7 Academy Award Nominations including Best Picture. And Emma Thompson who stars in this movie also did the screenplay and won Best Screen Play!
Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Kate Winslet and Hugh Grant star in this captivating romantic comedy that swept the Test Best Lists and won the Golden Glove Award as Best Picture of the Year in Drama.
Based on Jane Austen' classic novel, Sense and Sensibility tells of the Dashwood sisters, sensible Elinor (Emma Thompson) and passionate Marianne (Kate Winslet), whose chances at marriage seem doomed by their family's sudden loss of fortune. Rickman, Grant and Greg Wise co-star as the well-intentioned suitors who are trapped by the strict rules of society and the conflicting laws of desire.
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Widescreen available at 1.85 to 1.
Columbia Pictures (see Sony Pictures)
Languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Korean, Thai
Subtitles are also available in these languages (CC).
* Emma Thompson & Producer Lindsay Doran's Audio Commentary
* Directors Ang Lee and co-producer James Schamus' Audio Commentary
* Emma Thompson's Golden Glove acceptance speech.
* Deleted scenes.
* Production Notes