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Ihren Traummann gibt es für Jane nur in der Literatur: Sie ist geradezu besessen von Mr. Darcy aus Jane Austens Roman `Stolz und Vorurteil'. Da kann kein realer Mann mithalten, weshalb Jane wieder mal als Single dasteht. Ihre letzte Hoffnung ist. Austenland ist eine romantische Komödie aus dem Jahr von Regisseurin Jerusha Hess mit Keri Russell in der Hauptrolle. Der Film basiert auf dem Buch. Determined to be the heroine of her own story, Jane spends her life savings on a trip to Austenland, an eccentric Austen inspired resort, where she has a difficult. Austenland: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. Austenland. GB / USA Jetzt ansehen. Komödie/Liebesfilm (97 Min.) Bret McKenzie (Martin). "Austenland" Jane Hayes hat die 30 schon vor einiger Zeit überschritten und ist immer noch Single. Auf den ersten Blick ist das nichts Besonderes, doch Jane.
Keri Russell darf in dem Themenpark Austenland ihrer Leidenschaft für Stolz und Vorurteil und vor allem für Mr. Darcy frönen. Austenland hre Bewunderung für Jane Austen erschwert Jane Hayes (Keri Russell) das Liebesleben. Sie träumt davon, die Heldin ihrer eigenen Geschichte zu. Ihren Traummann gibt es für Jane nur in der Literatur: Sie ist geradezu besessen von Mr. Darcy aus Jane Austens Roman `Stolz und Vorurteil'. Da kann kein realer Mann mithalten, weshalb Jane wieder mal als Single dasteht. Ihre letzte Hoffnung ist.
Austenland Möchten Sie sich anmelden?Nur, wer meint es ehrlich und möchte wirklich Janes Herz erobern? Musik: Ilan Eshkeri. Nobley aufgespürt, der sie auf seinem Pferd zum Haus zurückbringt und dem Austenland Vorwürfe macht, sie allein gelassen zu haben. Verlobung auf Umwegen. Dies ist dann in unseren Artikeldetails angegeben. Kamera: Larry Smith. Das echte Leben bringt https://emmabodabanan.se/deutsche-filme-stream/michael-brandner.php schon deutlich that planet ottakring advise jährigen Single-Frau dagegen nur Enttäuschungen.
Nobley was behind saving Jane after her cell phone was discovered. She also learns from Mrs. Wattlesbrook herself that Martin was also an actor, and reported back to her about Jane's relationship with him.
He finds her at the airport, but so does Mr. They fight over her, and Jane walks away from both of them. After she sits down on her plane, Mr.
Nobley sits down beside her, introducing himself as Henry and confessing his love to her again, this time in his own words.
Ella Taylor of the Los Angeles Times described the novel as "some lit lite to see you through a day at the beach".
The best tribute to obsessed Austen freaks like me that I've ever read. After filmmaker Jerusha Hess read the novel, she decided to adapt it into a film.
Hale and Hess co-wrote the screenplay. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dewey Decimal. Main article: Austenland film.
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Archived from the original on Darcy of your own; Fantasy resort a pleasant diversion from modern life". Edmonton Journal. Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
The Christian Science Monitor. And it may have been, but it fell fall short of its mark if it was. There is one point when Jane has an epiphany and realizes that she is not Elizabeth Bennet, but more like Mrs.
I expected things to turn around maybe, and that she would become more than she was, but the change that occurred wasn't one that had me believing in its longevity.
While the Jane that leaves Austenland has more confidence and has convinced herself she was not looking for a Mr.
Darcy duplicate, she never convinced me she was cured. In fact, the end makes it abundantly clear that she's not. More confident, less desperate, but given where she started she still has a long way to go.
Except she got her storybook ending, so where is the motivation to grow? It was so frustrating. The frustration was probably greater for me because I know Shannon Hale can write strong female characters better than this.
The girls in her Books of Bayern: amazing. Same goes for the girls in Princess Academy. Actually, Shannon Hale can just write better than this period.
Honestly, if someone gave me this book to read without telling me who wrote it I never would have believed it to be Shannon Hale.
View all 12 comments. Some people are better at the whole Regency-immersion thing than others. Ladies get to wear makeup along with their corsets and empire-waisted dresses.
Cell phones are a big NO, though. What is real and what is fake gets murky for Jane, as she kind of bounces back and forth between Mr Nobley and Martin, trying to figure out what she really wants.
Maybe not for Austen purists, but I got a huge kick out of it. The movie was okay but a lot more slapstick. I liked the book a lot better, personally.
I went into Austenland hoping for a fun and lighthearted book. It delivered! I read this book by Jane Austen at an early age and have loved historical romance since then.
When I saw friends on this site reading Austenland earlier this year, I had to check it out! Jane Hayes is 32, single and has problems staying in relationships.
Darcy and has unrealistic expectations for men. Her rich, g I went into Austenland hoping for a fun and lighthearted book.
Her rich, great aunt finds out about her obsession and pays for an all-inclusive trip to an estate in Great Britain called Pembrook Park.
Pembrook Park reenacts the lifestyle back in the s with full dress, manners, balls and servants. Jane cannot break character and must interact with gentleman and other ladies during this time period.
Is everyone acting or is anyone real in this Darcy obsessed place?! It looks like she loves New York City more then she thought. The dialogue was good, the romance was fun, and this was a quick book to read.
I will definitely read the second book in this series because I enjoyed how Shannon Hale weaved this funny and quirky romance set during the Regency times!
View all 11 comments. Shelves: chick-lit , They all end up being a complete and utter nonsense with the exception of "Bridget Jones' Diaries".
The premise of the book is OK. Darcy just like you are, admit it, otherwise you wouldn't be reading this review. She inherits a 3-week vacation to "Austenland" - an English estate where guests get a taste of Austen-time living and maybe romance with the help of local actors.
Jane agrees to the journey hoping to make it her farewell to Darcy fantasy and to move on with her life afterward. What follows is a chick-lit story with a vague directionless plot, a luke-warm romance, and a contrived plot "twist.
In the end, you fail to understand even if this Austenland trip is helpful or not: does it help you to cure your Darcy addiction by exposing the dullness of 19th-century living?
I guess I'll never know Don't get me wrong, the book isn't a complete disaster. There are some entertaining moments, but to be honest, I probably wouldn't have finished it were I not listening to it.
Speaking of the audio, I think it is reasonable to expect from a person who narrates a book set in England to be able to do some English accent.
The narrator of this book couldn't do English accent to save her life! It was rather sad actually Reading challenge: 1 - H View all 24 comments.
Aug 28, Rachelle rated it it was amazing. I picked up this book at about last night thinking that I would just read the prologue to get the basic idea and then start it tomorrow.
After about a half hour I whispered an apology to Aaron and slipped out of bed to go read in the living room. This book is so entertaining.
I read a lot and I have often had a book bring me to tear I picked up this book at about last night thinking that I would just read the prologue to get the basic idea and then start it tomorrow.
I read a lot and I have often had a book bring me to tears The main character is obsessed with Jane Austen's writings and particularly with the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice starring Colin Firth If you haven't seen it you can borrow mine and if you don't want to see it then believe me this book is not for you.
The book is stuffed full of Jane Austen's best lines and references to her timeless characters. And yet I have watched the same parts of Pride and Prejudice over and over just like the main character - and even though I am somewhat embarrassed by it - just like the main character I don't expect to ever get over my obsession.
I'm glad that Jane Hayes doesn't either Aug 27, Eviltwinjen rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Chick lit fans, Austen fans who don't mind chick lit.
Shelves: fiction , romance. Jane Hayes is a single thirty-something with a string of no-good boyfriends and an unhealthy obsession with Mr.
Darcy from Pride and Prejudice. Didn't someone already write that book, you say? A true knowledge and love of the novels that spawned the fantasy lifts Austenland above its chick-lit peers.
The fabulous conceit of the novel is that there's a Regency-era mansion in England that hosts an exclusive vaca Jane Hayes is a single thirty-something with a string of no-good boyfriends and an unhealthy obsession with Mr.
The fabulous conceit of the novel is that there's a Regency-era mansion in England that hosts an exclusive vacation experience for wealthy customers.
Visitors dress in period clothes and live a period life for three weeks, interacting with actors and they hope having a little Austen-style romance.
A wealthy, eccentric relative sends Jane Hayes to Pembrook Park, hoping it will cure her of her Darcy-lust and enable her to get on with her life.
Despite her initial discomfort with the play-acting, Jane Hayes is soon enmeshed in the realities of playing Austen--the stultifying boredom of a well-bred lady's days, the richness of the language, the thrill of flirting when actual physical contact is taboo.
Of course, there's a Mr. Darcy-like gentleman there and a hot gardener , but will Jane recognize her real Mr. Darcy when she sees him?
This is chick lit, yes, so there's a bit of treacle and a bit of "I'm a strong, independent woman Austenland is a lovely little book, totally satisfying, with just enough substance.
I especially appreciate the fact that Jane finds not only her inner Elizabeth Bennett but her inner Mrs. Bennett, Lydia, Emma Woodhouse, and even her inner Darcy.
Austenland was a delight to read and one of the best of the Chick Lit genre that I've read so far.
Plenty of laughs and a happy ending, what more could you ask for? View all 9 comments. This is such a fun book.
I love Jane Austen and got a kick out of Hale's creation of "Austenland". Laugh out loud funny at some points.
I love the movie and after watching a few times decided to do a reread of the book. Love the movie adaptation, it brought the characters to life.
May 08, danielle rated it did not like it. This book was horrendous, certainly not worth anyone's time to read it. I loved her children's books, so I was excited to see that she wrote an adult book about Jane Austen a serious departure from her usual subjects, which turned out to be a serious mistake.
This book was basically Bridget Jones, minus any snarkiness, and with a huge dose of sincerity. Worst of all, it's set This book was horrendous, certainly not worth anyone's time to read it.
Worst of all, it's set in a current day Jane Austen camp, where losers play at being in a Jane Austen novel, complete with actors played to court them.
And of course, the protagonist of this novel falls in love with the Mr. Darcy type actor. Just as uncomfortable as it sounds.
I was really disappointed in this book. I was hoping for some chick lit with a brain, and I got maybe the worst chick lit I've ever read and I've read some doozies.
View 1 comment. Recommended to Emer A Little Haze by: my own stupidity. Shelves: 1star , trees-died-for-this-crap , the-hype-lies , read , reviewed , adult-fiction , light-fiction , contemporary.
Yup that we do.. Can't seem to get enough of Austen and all things Darcy. This simpering piece of banality though? Do yourself a favour.
Swipe left. Apr 02, Duchess Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: 3-star-read , read-in , humorous , stand-alone , genre-chick-lit , heroine-tstl.
I would never label myself as an Austen snob, or more specifically a Pride and Prejudice snob. I've read the original multiple times and I've read a handful of spinoffs, satires, and continuations, and I tend to love them all.
It all centers around the brooding, aloof, prideful gamma hero Darcy, of course. I'm ge I would never label myself as an Austen snob, or more specifically a Pride and Prejudice snob.
I'm generally scornful of those who look down their nose at certain renditions of Austen's arguably most-loved book.
I mean, only the original is perfection, right? Anything that centers on a love for Austen gets a thumbs up in my opinion.
This ended up being very much a chick-lit book. Very low angst, very little romance, very little detail. It was honestly just a silly, somewhat vapid novel.
But it was fun, it was based on a love of all things Austen and Darcy though Captain Wentworth really gives Darcy a run for his money and what's not to like about that?
Jane's character was basically the same as the book I plan on watching the movie, so I must have liked it okay.
Jan 12, Cristina Monica rated it did not like it Shelves: worst-books-ever , did-not-finish. The movie was so much fun Shannon Hale's worst work for certain.
She's better with stories for children or teens. View 2 comments. Like, for real? Enter: Austenland. This book was hilarious from the get-go, and completely sucked me in.
It truly was a "nose-stuck-in-your-book" sort of book; I couldn't stop reading! Jane is such a funny and relatable character and I was rooting for her from the start.
She is obsessed with Jane Austen's works and the worlds within them, and because of that can never seem to find real-life love.
After all, who can compare to Mr. So at first she's like: And then she arrives to a world of Regency rules where no phones are allowed, conversation is carefully curated, and everyone seems to be playing a fictional role and she's like: I absolutely loved reading about the crazy, semi-fictional world Jane was thrust into, and Pembrook Park was filled with hilarity, misadventure, and of course, romance.
The book even had a few twists and revelations that I wasn't expecting at all! Overall, this is a great, fun book full of witty, sharp characters and an entertaining plot.
It's a must read for Austen fans, but also for anyone at all who enjoys an engaging read! Sep 06, Kristi rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own.
Jane Hayes is obsessed with Mr. Darcy in the film version of Pride and Prejudice. Can you blame her? But, it might have something to do with why the thirty-three yeah old Jane is still unmarried and single.
Her obsession for Mr. Darcy keeps any "real" man from measuring up. When Aunt Carolyn passes away she leaves Jane an all expense paid vacation to Pembrook Park, a resort that lets its guests live like the characters of an Austen novel.
Jane has decided to use the vacation as the milestone. Once she has had her fun she will put Mr. Darcy behind herself, forever. And I love the idea of Pembrook Park.
How much fun would that be! As far as the story I really enjoyed it! It is a bit of a romance, but that made me enjoy it all the more!
This was the first novel by Shannon Hale that I have read, and I really value her writing style.
I will be reading more from this author, and I must buy a copy of this book, I am sure I will be reading it again! Just like it's hard to resist the wonderful world of Pride and Prejudice whether we're talking about the actual novel or the swoon-worthy '95 movie version The relatable and witty commentary of Jane Hayes Erstwhile as well as the fun, perfectly escape-worthy setting are really what make this book a little gem.
It's nothing extraordinary, let's not fool ourselves, but there is something incredibly refreshing in its simplicity and direct Just like it's hard to resist the wonderful world of Pride and Prejudice whether we're talking about the actual novel or the swoon-worthy '95 movie version It's nothing extraordinary, let's not fool ourselves, but there is something incredibly refreshing in its simplicity and direct approach to an Austenite's problematic obsession with fantasy including one Mr.
Darcy in a wet shirt - played by Colin Firth, of course. Darcy has become such a staple of the modern girl's classy gentleman dream.
Darcy, eh? You know what I mean. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single woman who reads Jane Austen must invariably raise her standards in love.
It's not that we all want Mr. Darcy, but rather that we come to appreciate the old-fashioned charm attached to him and other heroes of and around the Regency period.
The mannerisms, the careful restraint, the gallantry It's not that we don't want passion - we most certainly do - but one slowly and carefully built, made all the more tantalizing by the waiting and the restraining, that comes to really mean something in the long-run.
This is part of what's meant when we say we are "waiting for Mr. Just plain good old-fashioned romance.
Is it a fantasy? Romance in real-life rarely unfolds like romance in novels, but that doesn't mean you should lower your standards, let alone settle , heaven forbid.
Just be realistic, and above all be patient. The book's exploration of the fine line between having standards and living in an impossible fantasy were both highly amusing and very realistic, which for me raised it above the typical rom-com chick-lit it appears to be at first.
Of course, it is a rom-com and there is a happily-ever-after and a fantasy come true, but come on, how utterly disappointing would it be without it, and how boring would the story be without the heart-melting Mr.
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