TV series Sense and Sensibility (1981) watch online freeThe Dashwood family finds themselves in a very delicate and unpleasant position. They are virtually bankrupt. After the head of the family died, it turned out that all the wealth that he owned would not go to his wife and daughters Marianne and Elinor, but to his firstborn from his first marriage. The young man does not mind helping poor women, but his family rebelled against this. And the ladies were left on the brink of poverty. They are allowed to live for some time in a house that they considered family, but no more. We need to come up with something to fix the situation. It will be difficult for girls to get married, they have no dowry, and at that time it was of fundamental importance. Marianna - lives only with emotions. She cannot be relied upon to help save the family.
Great Britain, gray-green, with piercing winds, waves hitting the coastal mountains, and wet greenish hillocks is stunningly shown in this motion picture. Delightful music. A falcon flying in the sky and the lyrical, light, sad sounds of the piano - heartfelt ... Somehow even in Russian. From an artistic point of view, the film deserves the greatest praise. But the worldview about acting is somewhat different. Throughout the entire movie, I could not, in the end, realize why Elinor was constantly having her mouth open and her eyes bulging fearfully. With the expression on the face of a fish washed ashore, the elder Miss Dashwood looks rather dull. And he speaks from time to time somehow uncertainly, tensely, as if it is extremely difficult for the actress to finally pronounce the text with the correct English pronunciation. Marian is young, lively, attractive, but, finally, speaks in a painfully modern tone, and therefore does not look very much like a girl since then. Edward is extremely sweet, but too relaxed. From time to time, it finally seems that he is not a couple of reserved and quiet Elinor. The choice of actor for the role of Willoughby is unfortunate. One thing was required of this actor - good looks. Willoughby is not pretty in the movie: a heavy look, there is neither intelligence nor seduction in his face. Colonel Brandon, on the other hand, amused him greatly. Rickman in the 1996 film adaptation may look more aristocratic, but Morrissey finally overshadows him with liveliness and attractiveness. In the new movie, the Colonel smiles more often. And he has such a sincere, good grin - sometimes sad, sometimes warm, open, caring. This actor mastered his own role better than the others. Colonel Brandon is the most truthful and charming character in the movie, in my opinion. Excellent supporting acting - Lucy Boynton as Margaret, Janet McTeer as Mrs. Dashwood and Mark Williams as Sir John Middleton. In general, the film came out in two colors: there are grayish places in it, an inexpressive game and moments, but there are also vivid, memorable, painted in the color of life itself. This movie is laced with wind, rain and lyrics.The memory leaves light. A movie for the soul. For those who have not yet seen, I advise, to put it mildly, to have a look.
I watched all three episodes in British ... Extremely, in general, I liked it. This is the best film adaptation for me. I know that almost everyone will disagree with me as well, but everyone has their own preferences and tastes, and everyone had their own incidents of watching this or that picture, because this also plays an important role and, to put it mildly, leaves its own imprint on a common memory. I have read the book more than once, and, in my opinion, the BBC has finally managed to convey its special spirit and atmosphere. I know there is the most popular version of 1995, but I think Kate Winslet, Hugh Grant or Alan Rickman are less suited to their roles than the actors selected for this movie. Here Marianne is what she must be: beautiful, warm, romantic, not wanting, to put it mildly, to hide her own emotions and interceding for her older sister when events require it. And in the same way, all the other actors: Hattie Morahan, Dan Stevens, Dominic Cooper, Lucy Boynton are beyond praise. Each one perfectly got used to his own image and conveyed the feelings experienced by the heroes in the course of the action. But at first I can’t ignore the magical, unforgettable landscapes on which the whole picture is built, which fill it with lightness, beauty, attractiveness ... Throughout the entire movie, I just wanted to finally be there. Sit on a hill and admire everything that surrounds you, climb the greenish peaks, walk along colorful alleys and, therefore, sit on a tree swing under a dense tree, zip on a white stallion under the pouring drops of rain ... And the Sea !. Immense, majestic! And it is such a pleasure to watch how, at last, a mother and her 3 daughters seem to be resting on the greenish cover and, talking, admire the billowing waves, noisily running on large dark pebbles and the shore; to little Margaret, slowly gathering shells, or Elinor and Marianne, who, standing on a cliff with their dresses fluttering in the wind, are therefore enjoying the freshest sea air ... Wonderful musical accompaniment. There are many brightest moments, which, to put it mildly, emphasize music with extraordinary force, and, naturally, the gentle piano sounds that awaken from under Marianne's fingers are extremely soothing. Beautiful suits, interiors, estates and cottages ... Edward with her bright eyes, Marianne with irresistible curls and a grin, Eleanor, who becomes more and more charming by the end of the picture, and finally dear Margaret, constantly cheering up her own childish openness and spontaneity. And the extreme, but the most basic, which, in the end, one wants to disclose, is what, in general, gives the film life, which originated on the pages of Jane Austen's novel - love, like a beautiful flower, blossoming in the souls of young heroes. The feeling between Elinor and Edward, the feeling that flared up in Marianne for Willoughby ... And how these feelings, in general, were born, how they developed, and, therefore, were tested. And in the end - the happiness that finally found them, which remained an endless companion of Miss Austin's mind-blowing novels.