My favourite actress, Kate Beckinsale (42), who will find the time one day to meet family relations in Northern Ireland, will soon be here on the silver screen in her new film Love And
Whit Stillman’s latest film is based on a little-known novella written early in Austen’s career. Will it work on screen, and is it worth reading today?
The poorly titled “Love & Friendship,” directed by hit-and-miss debutante auteur Whit Stillman (“Damsels in Distress,”
The dishy Jane Austen adaptation you've been waiting for
Forget what you think you know about Austen's heroines: Lady Susan is manipulative, vain—and rather likeable
A comedy of manners continues the director’s penchant for satire of the upper crust.
Whit Stillman's reason for turning Jane Austen's novella "Lady Susan" into his new film "Love & Friendship" (opening May 20) was simple.
An impoverished widow has designs on a married lord — and a plans for her own teenage daughter — in Whit Stillman's adaptation of the Austen novella, Lady Susan. Critic David Edelstein has a review.
Actress Kate Beckinsale says one of the most surprising things about her new movie “Love & Friendship” is that her character, Lady Susan, is “prepared to do almost anything to enjoy a level of freedom that women at that time were not necessarily expected to have.
Love & Friendship is the Austen adaptation you've been waiting for.