Autumn de Wilde’s Emma.

Autumn de Wilde’s Emma is a delight and a joy, which is an odd way to start what is not-exactly-a-review. But it is so beautifully shot, so beautifully staged, so exquisitely acted and directed, that for me there’s not really another launch point into this exploration of cinematography and class and the female gaze. Emma is beautiful, from its hushed beginnings in a greenhouse as … Continue reading Autumn de Wilde’s Emma.