Emily: discover the reactions from our Cineworld Unlimited screening

The inner life of the revered Wuthering Heights author Emily Brontë is painted vividly in the new period drama, Emily. Rising star Emma Mackey (Sex Education; the forthcoming Barbie movie) plays the tempestuous yet talented writer in Frances O'Connor's earthy and emotional movie. It's a speculative account of the inner demons and romantic spirit of one of the UK's most iconic yet enigmatic artists.

The movie paints an intimate picture of Emily's life with her siblings, Branwell (Fionn Whitehead), Charlotte (Alexandra Dowling) and Anne (Amelia Gething), the last two of whom were to become celebrated authors in their own right. It also charts a fictionalised yet swooning romance between Emily and local village curate Weightman (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), which is bound to send hearts aflutter. 

The movie screened last night for lucky members of the Cineworld Unlimited club, and we've rounded up some of their reactions. Scroll down to read them and discover why you ought to watch Emily when it's released at Cineworld this week.

 

Missed the screening? The good news is Emily is released at Cineworld cinemas this Friday. Find out more about the movie by clicking here.


Looking for more Cineworld Unlimited goodies? Then don't miss our preview screening of Bros, the funny and insightful new LGBTQ rom-com from writer-star Billy Eichner and producer Judd Apatow (Knocked Up). The movie screens on October 18 in advance of its release date, so check out the trailer below and we look forward to seeing you there.

 


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