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Synopsis in this adaptation of jane austen's classic novel, sisters elinor and marianne dashwood find that times are tough when their father dies and their half-brother gets most of the inheritance. Sense and sensibility by jane austen: starring: emma thompson alan rickman kate both due to his work in the 1993 film the wedding banquet and because doran believed he would help the film [austen's] later books, thompson sought to simplify the dialogue while retaining the elegance.
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