'Emma' The Review 1

Following the antics of a young woman, Emma Woodhouse, who lives in Georgian- and Regency-era England and occupies herself with matchmaking – in sometimes misguided, often meddlesome fashion- in the lives of her friends and family.

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  • Rated PG
  • Laurel thinks there is nothing too “vexing” about Emma

Rhema 99.7’s Laurel thought ‘Emma’ was very engaging and not at all boring, like she thought a Jane Austin movie might be. The art direction and cinematography reminded her of a Wes Anderson film. Laurel thought it was very quirky and humourous.