First Love Burns Brightest
A riveting drama based on the three-year romance between 19th century poet John Keats and Fanny Brawne, the girl who lived next door. It was cut short by Keats’ untimely death at age 25, but marriage for them was impossible anyway as he had no money, and poetry did not pay very well.
116 minutes , Parental Guidance Biographical, Drama, Period piece, Romance, On the art circuit
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Ben Whishaw, Abbie Cornish, Kerry Fox, Paul Schneider, Edie Martin, Thomas Sangster
Jane Campion Screenplay Jane Campion Music Mark Bradshaw Cinematography Greig Fraser Editing Alexandre de Franceschi Sound formats Dolby Digital Soundtrack Available
Made in 2009
Produced by Pathé Screen Australia, BBC Films, New South Wales Film & Television Office, Hopscotch Productions, Jan Chapman Pictures
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FPB Report (SA)
Drug abuse None
Comments Strong drama. Moderately adult themes which might require parental reassurance or explanation.
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ScreenIt Report (USA)
Sex / Nudity Violence Blood / Gore / Gross Guns / Weapons Profanity Alcohol / Drugs Smoking Disrespectful / Bad Attitude Imitative Behaviour Frightening / Tense Scenes Jump Scenes Tense Family Scenes Music (Scary/Tense) Music (Inappropriate) Topics to talk about
Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
Cape Argus/The Star Dane de Beer 15
Die Burger Laetitia Pople 15
Cape Times Kenneth Turan 20 International Media
Box Office (USA) Richard Mowe 15
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 18
eye Weekly (Canada) Jason Anderson 20
Rolling Stone (US) Peter Travers 15
ScreenIt (USA) T. Durgin 14
Metacritic.com 34 critics 16
RottenTomatoes.com 143 critics 14
IMDB 2797 Netizens 15
Average .. 80% 16
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