'Emma', the new adaptation of the novel of Jane Austen with Autumn de Wilde as a director.
Emma Woodhouse is a young English woman who lives with her hypochondriac father, who worries a lot about the health and the well-being of his beloved ones. Emma likes to be a matchmaker with her friends, but worrying about other people?s feelings makes her not to take her of her own.
When her governess, Mrs. Taylor, a very good friend of her, decides to get married, Emma is left alone. The young lady ends up blaming herself for her loneliness because it was her who introduced Taylor to her future husband. In order to fill hat emptiness, Emma keeps with her roles as a matchmaker and decides to find a boyfriend to her friend Harriet Smith, a simple and modest young girl, very different from the luxury life that Emma has. Woodhouse encourages her to reject the marriage proposal of a farmer and accepts Mr. Elton, the local vicar. However, Elton wants to marry Emma.
New adaptation of the Jane Austen novel, 'Emma', published in 1815. Autumn de Wilde, known for directing short films, is the director of this movie. Eleanor Catton, winner novelist of the Booker Prize, is in charge of writing the script. In 2013, she became the youngest person in winning this award.
The movie is starred by Anya Taylor-Joy, Callum Turner, bill Nighy, Mia Goth, Gemma Whelan and Chloe Pirrie, among others.