Sense And Sensibility
Release Date: December
Runtime: 136 min
Tagline: Lose your
heart and come to your senses.
Director: Ang Lee
(Read Related : The
Jane Austen Book Club)
Who's In It:
James Fleet as John Dashwood
Tom Wilkinson as Mr. Dashwood
Harriet Walter as Fanny Ferrars Dashwood
Kate Winslet as Marianne Dashwood
Emma Thompson as Elinor Dashwood
Gemma Jones as Mrs. Dashwood
Hugh Grant as Edward Ferrars
Alan Rickman as Col. Christopher Brandon
Soundtrack / Songs:
Sense and Sensibility: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
- Patrick Doyle - Soundtracks - 1995
1. I Weep You No More Sad Fountains
2. A Particular Sum
3. My Father's Favorite
4. Preying Penniless Woman
6. Not A Beau For Miles
7. All The Better For Her
10. Grant Me An Interview
11. All The Delights Of The Season
12. Steam Engine
14. Miss Grey
15. Excellent Notion
16. Leaving London
17. Combe Magna
18. To Die For Love
19. There Is Nothing Lost
20. Throw The Coins
(Read Related : Pride
Quotes From Sense And Sensibility:
Mrs Jennings: Have you missed me, Pigeon?
Pigeon: Very much, ma'am.
Mrs Jennings: Yes, you always say that and I never believe
Mrs. Dashwood: You must miss him Elinor.
Elinor Dashwood: We are not engaged Mamma.
Mrs. Dashwood: But he loves you dearest, of that I
Elinor Dashwood: I am by no means assured of his regard
and even were he to feel such a preference I think
we should both be very foolish to assume that there
would not be many obstacles to his marrying a woman
of no rank who cannot afford to buy sugar.
Mrs. Dashwood: But Elinor, your heart must tell you...
Elinor Dashwood: In such a case it is perhaps better
to use one's head.
Mrs. Dashwood: If you cannot think of anything appropriate
to say you will please restrict your remarks to the weather.
Mrs. Dashwood: Why so grave? You disapprove her choice?
Marianne: By no means. Edward is very amiable.
Mrs. Dashwood: Amiable? But?
Marianne: There is something wanting. He's too sedate. His
reading last night...
Mrs. Dashwood: Elinor has not your feelings. His reserve
Marianne: Can he love her? Can the soul be really be satisfied
with such polite affections? To love is to burn - to be
on fire, like Juliet or Guinevere or Eloise...
Mrs. Dashwood: They made rather pathetic ends, dear.
Marianne: Pathetic? To die for love? How can you say so?
What could be more glorious?
Mrs. Dashwood: I think that would be taking your romantic
sensibilities a little far.
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