screen captures: post-modern moments

Lost in Austen

I’ve been vegging out a bit, dealing with the standard  fatigue and postpartum depression of post-show life. Will post show pix soon. Meantime, getting back into the swing of things after a long weekend. I bet many of us are in the same boat. Might I make a humble suggestion? Spend some time Lost in Austen. Streaming live on Netflix, at the moment. Some nice plot/character twists, for those of us who know the plot of Pride and Prejudice backwards, forwards and sideways. Bonus: a new stand-in for Darcy for those of us who are a bit weary of the aging, stuttering Colin Firth.

Lost in Austen

Jemima Rooper plays a “modern girl somehow transported into the events of the book via a portal located in her bathroom”, and I know it sounds cheesy as all get-out, but it somehow works. It’s fun, clever and best of all – a great escape to the world of the Bennets of Longbourn. Hey, you! Stop rolling your eyes. No one is looking. Suspend your disbelief, pour a glass of wine,  and enjoy the “restorative wonder of both fantasy and classic literature“. Ah!, That’s more like it.

Lost in Austen

Can you guess which one’s Darcy? OK, **Spoiler alert **, stop scrolling through the pix if you don’t want a hint or two about what MIGHT happen. Otherwise, scroll on brave one, scroll on. And happy Austening.

Lost in Austen

Lost in Austen
I think this is my *fav* line in the movie: "I am having a bit of a strange post-modern moment here."

Lost in Austen
Lost in Austen
Lost in Austen
Lost in Austen

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