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4 adaptations of his novels to watch on Netflix, Prime Video and HBO Max

Born in 1775, Jane Austen He knew how to consecrate himself as one of the British novelists most recognized in history. And although his fictions written in Georgian times are a few years old, today they continue to be all the rage in their film adaptations so precise and engaging. Therefore, here we present four films based on his books that you can enjoy in Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and HBO Max.

+ 4 Jane Austen adaptations on Netflix, Prime Video and HBO Max

4. Sense and sensitivity

The catalog of Netflix offers Sense and Sensibiity, the film based on the novel by Jane Austen that had its premiere in 1995. Directed by The Lee and starring Emma Thompson (also screenwriter), Kate Winslet and Alan Rickman, the film presents three sisters who face poverty after the death of their father and who are forced to depend on the generosity of others.

3. Love and friendship

On 2016 it premiered Love and Friendship, inspired by the novel Lady Susan also written by Jane Austen. Kate Beckinsale, Chloë Sevigny y Xavier Samuel, led by Whit Stillman, they are in charge of telling the story of Lady Susan Vernon, who is going to live temporarily on the farm of her in-laws and – while she is there – decides to find a husband for her daughter Frederica and also for herself. Love and friendship can be enjoyed in Amazon Prime Video.

2. Emma

Just ago one year one of the favorite adaptations of those who to this day remember the work of Jane Austen with great affection was released. Is about Emma, available in HBO Max, which has as protagonists Anya Taylor-Joy y Bill Nighy. Led by Autumn de Wilde, present the life of a young woman who lives in Georgian England and who takes care of matching her friends and family.

1. Pride and prejudice

A classic that does not go out of style: Pride and Prejudice. Premiered in 2005 under the direction of Joe Wright, this movie available in Netflix It is one of the most iconic in the romantic genre. Much like Jane Austen’s 19th-century novel, Mrs. Bennet wants to marry her daughters off to prosperous gentlemen, including newcomer Mr. Darcy. Keira Knightley, Matthew Macfadyen y Brenda Blethyn star in this story.

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