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Jane Campion puts herself in line for her second Palme d'Or with this heartfelt and beautifully photographed story of the doomed love affair between John Keats and Fanny Brawne

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Bright Star starts a bit slowly but builds and burns with a growing intensity. The longing, the loss, the passion and the separated lovers make it a classic Power of Idealism film with two young Power of Idealism lovers.

When Fanny Brawne first meets John Keats he’s a lonely, solitary fellow with sad eyes and thin shoulders... Soon after meeting, Fanny and John realize they are soul mates."

The discomfort I felt during this scene…Fanny and John’s star-crossed lovers story is terribly depressing. The movie as a whole though, was great. I remember lounging around Zoe’s basement, cuddling...

"Bright Star," directed by Jane Campion Fanny Brawne in love with John Keats. Gorgeous to see and to hear. Heartbreaking, in the best possible way.