PG | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
Lady Susan Vernon takes up temporary residence at her in-laws' estate and, while there, is determined to be a matchmaker for her daughter Frederica -- and herself too, naturally.
Is the first cinematic adaptation of Jane Austen's epistolary novel "Lady Susan", first published in 1871, which uses a name from Austen's other novel "Love and Friendship".
Lady Susan Vernon:
Facts are horrid things.
One of the pieces of music - Beethoven's cello sonata 3 in A major was composed in 1808, so a decade after the time the film was set.
At the conclusion of the end credits, there is a line encouraging viewers to read the novel, "in which Lady Susan Vernon is thoroughly vindicated."
$133,513 (USA) (15 May 2016)
$14,013,564 (USA) (16 September 2016)
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