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  1. Once again, we see modern concepts of feminism added to past eras. As if a woman in Renaissance Italy would have been allowed to argue with her father in such a way.

  2. Just finished watching and I loved it. Yeah it might be predictable at times, but overall enjoyable and the chemistry of the leads is just chef's kiss

  3. Just finished watching and I loved it. Yeah it might be predictable at times, but overall enjoyable and the chemistry of the leads is just chef's kiss

  4. This was actually really good. And this was actually the way that Netflix Persuasion disaster should have been handled if they wanted to make a quirky funny movie – they should have told the story let's say from Mary's POV.

  5. I'm so bored of the "I don't want a completely reasonable for our time period arranged marriage, I want to be a GirlBoss!" plotline in "historical" dramas. They're all the same. Can't we think of more interesting points of conflict for female characters these days?

  6. I want to watch this..but Hulu won't let me sign up.. with their classic cant verify email though my email is very valid and correct… even netflix recognize my email 🤷‍♀️

  7. This looks hilarious. Her “whatever” and Brad (the dad) saying “have a good time” before is delightful

  8. “your a woman—you not supposed to talk about what you want…” an opinion that society still battles with 😂

  9. And we all already know that they'll end up together.

  10. And we all already know that they'll end up together.

  11. Ngl I’d violate my anti-arranged marriage principles for Sean Teale.

  12. Just finished watching and I loved it. Yeah it might be predictable at times, but overall enjoyable and the chemistry of the leads is just chef's kiss

  13. just watched a trailer for Catherine Called Birdie or whatever and it's almost exactly the same premise. Feminist propaganda suffuses literally every production nowadays it seems.

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