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March 19, 2010

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I too saw this on DVD for the first time, a couple of months ago. The cinematography and music were stunning. I'm still stunned. :) Personally, I didn't like Fanny, and I didn't really like Keats all that much either... ahem... but it is a gorgeously made film.

RLynn

Thanks for the tip on this movie--I don't know how I missed it!

KS

I finally saw "Bright Star" this week and absolutely loved it. I liked both of the lead characters. Fanny Brawne was only 18 when she met John Keats, who was 23, so you have to excuse a little immaturity. Anyway, it inspired me to read poetry again. : )

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