FFCC members on Whit Stillman’s ‘Love & Friendship’

FFCC members on Whit Stillman’s Jane Austen adaptation Love & Friendship.

Hans Morgenstern, Independent Ethos

Love & Friendship is more than a brilliant variation of the period film or a goof on language and characterization. It reveals the limits of manners to make for civilized society.”

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Connie Ogle, The Miami Herald

“Watching Beckinsale evade and persuade and charm and infuriate is an utter delight. You might not want Lady Susan in your home, but she’s a force of nature in this amusing film.”

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Michelle Solomon, Miami ArtZine

Love & Friendship is vivid in so many ways and deserves to be cataloged as a great Austen novel on film. Lady Susan and Jane Austen would be proud.”

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Alfred Soto, Humanizing the Vacuum

“So sharply etched and well paced is Love & Friendship that it represents the apex of the director’s preoccupation with the way in which irony and persiflage conspire to peak behind the surfaces they’ve already constructed.”

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