Jane Eyre
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  • Rated: Unrated
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Year: 2011
English: Stereo / English, Spanish, & French: Mono
French & Spanish / Subtitled


Jane Eyre secures a job as governess to the child (Margaret O'Brien) of the troubled Edward Rochester, sire of Thornfield, a mysterious English manor. When she hears strange cries and noises from a distant wing, her inquiries are rebuffed. As time goes on, Jane and her master fall in love and decide to marry. But their halted when a visitor suddenly reveals the shocking secret that Rochester has kept for years.

Disc Information

**Full Screen Feature (Black & White)
**Orson Welles's Jayne Eyre
**Story Boards
**Production Gallery
**Restoration Comparison

Cast & Crew

Mia Wasikowska ... Jane Eyre
Michael Fassbender ... Edward Rochester
Jamie Bell ... St. John Rivers
Judi Dench ... Mrs. Fairfax
Holliday Grainger ... Diana Rivers
Sally Hawkins ... Mrs. Reed
Tamzin Merchant ... Mary Rivers


J. R. Jones Chicago Reader | December 13, 2011

Screenwriter Moira Buffini sticks pretty closely to the novel, and director Cary Fukunaga conjures a drab tone that nicely sets off the characters' violent but rigidly controlled passions.

Roger Moore Orlando Sentinel | April 01, 2011

Pretty as a postcard, it's also a calling card picture and one that reminds us that women other than Jane Austen wrote timeless, rich tales of romance in an age when women were little more than property.

Tom Long Detroit News | March 25, 2011

Somehow Wasikowska makes it all seem much more personal, more real. With her stark, starched dresses and blunt, elastic face, she draws you in, making both Jane's pain and incredible resolve tangible.

Connie Ogle Miami Herald | March 24, 2011

An atmospheric, absorbing version of the classic romance between an abandoned, plucky orphan and a wealthy, mysterious older man with a seriously Gothic secret.

Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune | March 24, 2011

There is not a drab image or a middling performance in the piece. The freewheeling adaptation drops needless scenes and spurs the story ahead with galloping momentum.

Carrie Rickey Philadelphia Inquirer | March 24, 2011

By opening their movie with the mature Jane, the filmmakers forge an emotional bond between her and the audience.

Karen D'Souza San Jose Mercury News | March 24, 2011

True aficionados will doubtless wish the film etched every aspect of the Bronte experience but that's a quibble in light of the movie's intoxicating charms. It's impossible not to fall in love with this Jane.


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