|Source of story
||Novel of the same name by Charlotte Brontë
||Mia Wasikowska, Jamie Bell, Sally Hawkins, Simon McBurney, Judi Dench, Michael Fassbender, Imogen Poots
||A young woman who has been abandoned by her rich aunt finds a position as governess to a young French girl, the ward of a rich but insular man in a remote castle. The two fall in love, but there is something stirring in the attic which will prevent their happiness.
||Scenes in the isolation of the English moorland and the grim granite castles and houses as Jane interacts with the other characters. A lot of talk by candlelight. No drugs, sex or nudity but a bit of drinking at various points.
||This film was very well thought of by the critics and the public alike and so probably a watch if you like that sort of thing. For me the director was a little too preoccupied with the artisitc presentation, which made some points of the plot confusing and never really identified the layout of the hall.