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I absolutely loved this movie. It was a beautiful period drama with plenty of emotion. Highly recommended!
I was intrigued, but it was a little creepy. Not scary creepy.
Beautiful and romantic
Men are not going to like this very romantic movie. I loved it.
Love this film. Yes, it is a classic fantasy of "lord marries the nanny" but truly worthy escapism on a rainy afternoon.
I loved Stephen Dillane's character and performance.
This movie is gripping right from the beginning. Stephen Dillane and Sophie Marceau in front of the firelight ! Man Hot ! What a love scene ! Such a great movie.
Aside from the beautiful cinematography, there was nothing much going. The whole premise of the film is flawed and the chemistry between Sophie Marceau and Stephen Dillane did not bring it to life
real actors lovely movie
A pen-ultimate chick-flick for costume drama romance lovers, this film is visually stunning and the locations beautiful. The little house in the middle of the lake is like something out of a dream. This movie is especially for those whose favorite book is Jane Eyre. To Jeffrey M. Anderson, your critic who found this so boring, I will explain why you find it so--YOU ARE A MALE WHO CAN'T RELATE TO WOMEN'S INTERESTS IN LIFE! If you don't understand women's films, don't review them, in the interest of fairness.