She must choose between putting the past behind her or listening to her heart when it comes to second chances. The more Anne hides in decision-making and deception from those around her, the less control she has over just about everything that happens in her life. It’s hard for Anne to be an observer of a person filled with regrets.
What is the plot of the story?
The story begins with Frederick Wentworth and Anne Elliot’s late-night conversation at Anne’s home, Uppercross. The conversation gives Anne hope that Wentworth still feels something for her. One month later, Anne visits her father, Sir Walter Elliot, in Bath. Her father complains that he needs money and asks his daughters to marry wealthy men so they can assist him in paying off his debts.
Who is in the cast? What role did each character portray?
The cast includes Cosmo Jarvis, Dakota Johnson, and Julius Howe. Cosmo Jarvis portrayed the role of Lord John Russell, the British Prime Minister. Dakota Johnson portrayed the role of Lady Russell, Anne’s oldest sister. Julius Howe portrayed the role of Sir Walter Elliot, Anne’s father.
What are the difficulties they faced?
Anne and Frederick’s relationship was stopped by Anne’s father. Sir Walter Elliot used Anne to chase after a wealthier man after he helped him out of debt. Anne had five years to get over Frederick Wentworth and move on. But when he returns, it opens old wounds and brings back feelings that she had long ago forgotten about. Wentworth wants to rekindle their love, but Anne doesn’t want to be hurt again by falling in love with a man she may not be able to keep forever. Passion is important to the story. The title of this book is ” Persuasion,” which means to persuade or lead someone into a specific action. Passion is the force behind both Anne’s love and Frederick’s contempt for her.
Who is the antagonist? What are its motives?
The antagonist in this story is Sir Walter Elliot. He wanted to get the money needed to pay off his debts. The antagonist in this story is Frederick Wentworth. He wanted to win Anne’s love and break the rules that were told to him by his father. The epic scenes were the conversation between Anne and Frederick at Uppercross and the conversation between Wentworth and Anne at Bath. They are epic scenes because they set up a lot of the action and conflict in the story.
What is the climax?
The climax of this story is when Anne decided to marry her old friend, William Elliot. She was torn between letting her father and sister be happy, or possibly losing herself forever to make someone else happy. After she made this decision, Wentworth showed up to chase Anne away from William Elliot. He told Anne that he would give her one more chance to tell him that she still loves him and wants to be by his side for the rest of her life.
Who is the most loved character?
The most loved character is Anne Elliot. Is a very determined woman. She doesn’t give up easily on things and she will fight to keep the people that she loves with her. The most disliked character is her father Sir Walter Elliot. He was a pompous man who was full of himself and cared very little for his family than his pride and image.
Would you recommend watching this?
This story is recommended. At first wary that it would be a modernized version of the novel – but it’s not! It’s just as good. The actors do a great job bringing the characters to life, even without having read the book! The story is about a beautiful woman in love with her best friend, who is oblivious to her feelings. Thanks for reading!
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