The film, a blend of Austen’s life with scenes from her novels, was scripted by writer Carolyn V. Murray, a lifelong Jane Austen enthusiast.
“I never was a dancer, but I can dance in the water. I can do all kinds of things I cannot do on land.”
“Journalists aren’t the only people who talk about rape, and most people aren’t journalists. We all have a role to play in changing the conversation.”
Deborah Underwood’s retooled version of the classic fairy tale features an independent heroine who is way more interested in fixing the prince’s busted spaceship than marrying him.