Dakota Johnson headlines the movie, dubbed as a “fashionable, witty method to a beloved story”, together with actors Cosmo Jarvis and Henry Goldin

Dakota Johnson headlines the movie, dubbed as a “fashionable, witty method to a beloved story”, together with actors Cosmo Jarvis and Henry Goldin

Streaming service Netflix has introduced that “Persuasion”, the movie adaptation of writer Jane Austen’s traditional novel, will launch on its platform on July 15.

Dakota Johnson headlines the movie, dubbed as a “fashionable, witty method to a beloved story”, together with actors Cosmo Jarvis and Henry Golding.

The streaming service shared the information of the film’s launch in a submit on Twitter together with its official trailer.

“There’s at all times the one which received away. ‘Persuasion’, starring Dakota Johnson, Cosmo Jarvis and Henry Golding, based mostly on the beloved Jane Austen novel—arrives on Netflix July 15,” Netflix Film tweeted.

The story revolves round Anne Elliot (Johnson), an remoted 27-year-old struggling to maneuver on after she broke her engagement with Frederick Wentworth (Jarvis), after being persuaded by household pal Lady Russell (Nikki Amuka-Bird).

After seven years, the 2 come again into one another’s orbit when Anne’s household rents their residence to his sister and her husband. Anne rapidly finds herself caught in a love triangle between her former fiance and her cousin, William Elliot (Golding), who will inherit her father Walter’s (Richard E. Grant) property.

With her family and friends pushing her to be with William, Anne is pressured to contemplate what she actually desires outdoors of the social pressures surrounding her.

“Persuasion” was printed in 1817, six months after Austen’s demise, and is taken into account the enduring writer’s most mature work with a not so younger heroine.

The story, like most of Austen’s work, has been tailored for the display screen a number of occasions.

(*15*) theatre director Carrie Cracknell is making her function directorial debut with the film from a screenplay by Ron Bass and Alice Victoria Winslow.

“Persuasion” is produced by Andrew Lazar, Christina Weiss Lurie with Elizabeth Cantillon, Michael Constable and David Fliegel serving as govt producers.

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