- Beautiful clothes. Did they wear such beautiful clothes?
- In my imagination Emily is completely different from the actrice playing Emily.
- Charlotte and Anne I found well chosen.
- The house. Great to see all the rooms, to walk with the sisters through it.
- Flossie and Keeper. Love it.
- Big part giving to the situation of Branwell. To my taste a little to much.
Meanwhile, the subject of the drama as a whole is a little unfocused – to some extent it’s chronicling the downfall of Branwell as he succumbs to self-pity and drunkenness (after a doomed affair with an older woman at his tutoring job), but it’s also concerned with the sisters’ literary success and attempts to get published. Doubtlessly the two threads were inextricably linked in real life, but somehow in this case the two halves to the story feel a little disjointed, the sisters’ great literary triumph lacking some of the emotional intensity of their scenes with Branwell and thus feeling a little flat.
- Beautiful walks on the moors.
- I loved the meeting between Anne, Charlotte and George Smith and William Smith Williams. I always love this part of their story and it is beautiful filmed.
- I wonder, if you don't know much of the Bronte Sisters and you see the movie, will you understand them better? Will you understand what they mean for literature?