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"I don't know much by Keats but, for what it's worth, I do enjoy the novels of Jane Austen, written shortly before this period in history; so I didn't expect the film to be action-packed. That said, "Bright Star" made Merchant Ivory seem like Tarantino, plodding along, with dull or irritating characters (Mrs Braune; Mr Brown) and a leading man who looked and sounded out of his depth. Abbie Cornish was good. For someone who strives for authenticity, Jane Campion should note that Mr Brown would not have written with his left hand - a common mistake with nineteenth century adaptations."

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