TV Mini-Series | TV-PG | | Drama, Romance
A young governess falls in love with her brooding and complex master. However, his dark past may destroy their relationship forever.
Ruth Wilson stated this mini-series as being her first big break out role since graduating drama school.
Edward Fairfax Rochester:
So this St. John person you've been mentioning so often. What of him?
Jane Eyre: Well, he's tall. He has blue eyes and a Grecian profile.
Edward Fairfax Rochester: He's handsome then, compared to me.
Jane Eyre: Oh, he's much more handsome than you. And he's a far better Christian of course than ...
In the establishing long shoot of the scene, "An Ernest Proposal," Rochester is standing in the shade and Jane is walking from the sun into the shaded area. When the dialog begins, although they've maintained their positions, Jane is now standing in the shade and Rochester is standing in the sun. This is probably due to the dialog being filmed at a different time.
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