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    The teaser for Emma (written by Eleanor Catton!) is full of snark.

    Corinne Segal

    November 21, 2019, 3:59pm

    The teaser for director Autumn de Wilde’s upcoming Emma adaptation combines many of the things I love to see in movies: sass against religious figures, meaningful eye contact during highly choreographed dance routines, people eating things while looking suspicious, and the word “haberdasher” (don’t see it? Look closer). Also, hats!

    If you, too, are on board for those things, you may want to check it out. Written by Booker Prize winner and author of The Luminaries Eleanor Catton, and starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Emma comes out in February.

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