Mansfield Park – Filtered
From Jane Austin, the author of “Sense And Sensibility” and “Emma,” comes another classic about love, courtships and intrigues on a magnificent English estate. Fanny Price (O’Conner), a poor relation, is living with the wealthy Bertrams, whose son Edmond (Miller) Fanny loves from afar. The tranquility of Mansfield Park, the family home, is interrupted by five marriageable young people on the premises. Indeed, it becomes a tumultuous time as Fanny finds herself competing with a rival (Davitz) for the affections of Edmund.
What a wonderful film of true love and the struggles a man a woman go through to achieve it. With the main character being a story-teller she keeps the viewer’s interested in what is going to happen next. This film is set in eighteenth century England and the scenery and acting are superb. It is family friendly for ages twelve and above, due to the romantic themes.