Persuasion Update: More than 200 years after her death, Jane Austen’s influence on pop culture continues to grow. Fans of the author have been treated to Emma’s 2020, Fire Island 2022, and many thoughts of pride and racism in recent years. And now, an Austen love novel adaptation of 1817 Persuasion comes to Netflix, with direction from Carrie Cracknell.
Persuasion was published after his death and follows the war of Anne Elliot (Dakota Johnson) of England with all his heart, as he was persuaded to abandon the man he loved – who had broken military officer Frederick Wentworth (Cosmo Jarvis) – 19 years old with his family.
Eight years later, 27-year-old Anne reconnects with a man who had been persuaded to refuse, and she is forced to choose between marrying her close relative William Elliot (Henry Golding) or following his heart.
The official synopsis of the film details the fact that Anne has to “choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances”.
Next to the preview, Netflix had previously announced that its conversion to Persuasion would be the “modern, clever” version of the popular story, while “remaining true” to the old, which was the last Austen to be abolished and published after death.
But Netflix’s new familiar trailer has arrived and it seems that the modern approach has not gone down well with the author’s fans.
Although the novel Persuasion is often regarded as one of Austen’s most tragic, Netflix’s new familiar trailer is full of excitement, and fans quickly compare it to Jane Austen’s Emma, Bridgerton season drama, and Enola Holmes starring Millie Bobby Brown.
Austen’s modern take on old music did not go well with Johnson, who said it was actually one of the things that drew him to the role.
“I was fascinated by the language and the themes that change from time to time, I broke the fourth wall and spoke directly to the audience, and that a woman with a strong heart is still the topic we are talking about these days as it was then,” she said. playing Anne.
Release date of persuasion
The Netflix 2022 film adaptation of the film is expected to start airing on July 15, 2022. We can’t wait! Persuasion is the first film by British theater director Carrie Cracknell, with Ron Bass and Alice Victoria Winslow acting as co-producers. Austen’s novel was previously aired on ITV in 2007, with the release of Sally Hawkins and Rupert Penry-Jones.
As mentioned above, the Netflix version of the 2022 version of Persuasion has arrived and some fans are offended by its modern take on the classic. In the book Persuasion, Austen writes: “No two hearts are alike, there is no such thing as a taste, no sense of humor, no pleasant face.
Now they were strangers; no, it’s worse than strangers, because they would never get to know each other. It was a constant battle. ” In a trailer, the version of that line can be heard, though abbreviated and modern: “Now, we are worse off than ex. We are friends.”