Bright Star

Bright Star

Title: Bright Star

Release: 2009

Rating: 6.9

Language: English, French

Country: UK, Australia, France

Runtime: 119

Genre: Romance , Drama , Biography

Bright Star

Release 2009
Rating 6.9
Language English, French
Country UK, Australia, France
Runtime 119
Genre Romance , Drama , Biography



It's 1818 in Hampstead Village on the outskirts of London. Poet Charles Brown lives in one half of a house, the Dilkes family the other. Through association with the Dilkes, the fatherless Brawne family knows Mr. Brown. Mr. Brown and the Brawne's eldest daughter, Fanny, don't like each other. She thinks him arrogant and rude; he feels that she's a pretentious flirt, knowing only how to sew (admittedly well as she makes all her own fashionable clothes), and voicing opinions on subjects about which she knows nothing. Insecure struggling poet John Keats comes to live with his friend, Mr. Brown. Miss Brawne and Mr. Keats have a mutual attraction to each other, but their relationship is slow to develop, in part, since Mr. Brown does whatever he can to keep the two apart. Other obstacles face the couple, including their eventual overwhelming passion for each other clouding their view of what the other does, Mr. Keats' struggling career, which offers him little in the way of monetary ...

Director :
Jane Campion
Writer :

Jane Campion, Jane Campion (screenplay), Andrew Motion (biography "Keats")

Actors :

... Fanny Brawne

... Mr. Brown

... Mrs. Brawne

... John Keats

... Maria Dilke

... Toots