After irreconcilable fights between friends and family, various betrayals, abrupt separations in the middle of the snow and a few shed tears, the climactic moment of the film finally arrives: the violins sound increasingly sharp, the mouths of the protagonists They are getting closer and closer, none of the above matters anymore because the culmination of love is going to take place. And then her nose bleeds. Yes, the protagonist's nose bleeds because she was not sexually aroused but about to suffer a mental collapse from so much thinking. Emma, played by a brilliant Anya Taylor-Joy, her nose bleeds at the perplexity of the character in front of her and that of the viewer himself, who does not understand what this is about now if this is an adaptation of a Jane Austen novel; And as everyone knows, Jane Austen's novels are about love, not about girls whose nose bleeds without rhyme or reason.
Jane Austen, awkward dinners, and fantastic stories: what to see in theaters this weekend despite the curfew