Mansfield Park (2007)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama

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At age 10, Fanny Price is sent by her destitute mother to live with her aunt and uncle, Sir Thomas and Lady Bertram. As a child she was often made to feel that she was the poor relation but... See full summary »

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  • Michelle Ryan in Mansfield Park (2007)
  • Jemma Redgrave and Catherine Steadman in Mansfield Park (2007)
  • Joseph Beattie and Hayley Atwell in Mansfield Park (2007)
  • Blake Ritson and Hayley Atwell in Mansfield Park (2007)
  • Billie Piper in Mansfield Park (2007)
  • Joseph Morgan in Mansfield Park (2007)

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22 March 2007 | pawebster
| Wash and go, but don't come back
Was this sponsored by Wash and go? Was the hair stylist on strike? What a mess! Would well-bred young ladies of those days be seen in public with hair like Billie Piper's? Casting Ms Piper was a big, big, big error. She is undeniably attractive to look at, but, after Dr Who, the natural place for her was EastEnders, not in a Jane Austen adaptation. Her looks and demeanour are completely out of place.

The ITV website shows the makers of the film saying (this is the gist) that Fanny Price is a boring character, but that they fixed that by bringing in Billie Piper. If they had so little sympathy or understanding for Jane Austen's original work, why did they bother adapting it? (Were these the same people who gave us 'Marple'? The same blinkered, tied-to-the-zeitgeist mentality was at work there too).

This version is rather boring. It also seems to be a very low-budget one, bound to the one setting. The so-called picnic (a few people standing around on the lawn of the house) is an unbelievably feeble scene.

But it is at least vastly better than the 1999 version.

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