17 Movies Like Austenland

An American woman named Jane Hayes, who is completely enamoured with the works of Jane Austen and, in particular, Colin Firth’s performance as Mr. Darcy in the 1995 BBC production of Pride and Prejudice, blows all of her savings on a vacation to a resort in England that is styled after Jane Austen. Guests of “Austenland” are given aliases and encouraged to dress the part in order to experience life during the Regency period. The centrepiece of the resort is the fact that guests are guaranteed a romantic encounter with one of the male actors, however physical contact is strictly prohibited.When compared to the other visitors, Jane can only afford the most affordable option, which is the “copper” package.

The other guests, however, have selected the most expensive option, which is the “platinum” option. Jane is treated with disdain by the management, Mrs. Wattlesbrook, who favours the wealthier guests. Despite the fact that she becomes friends with another guest, Ms. “Elizabeth Charming,” Jane is ignored by Mrs. Wattlesbrook. Jane and Elizabeth are introduced to their actor companions, who are the obedient Colonel Andrews and the unenthusiastic Mr. Henry Nobley, who is Mrs. Wattlesbrook’s nephew. They are also introduced to “Lady Amelia Heartwright,” who is another visitor at the party. Jane is not a fan of Nobley, and Amelia and Elizabeth’s flirtatious behaviour with him makes her uncomfortable. (Their disagreement is similar to the one that took place during Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy’s first encounter in Pride and Prejudice.)

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1. Victoria


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2. Sanditon


Rose Williams, Theo James, and Ben Lloyd-Hughes star in the historical drama television series Sanditon, which was adapted by Andrew Davies from an unfinished manuscript written by Jane Austen. The original story was written by Jane Austen. The action of the story takes place during the Regency period, and the protagonist, a young and innocent lady, makes her way through the brand-new coastal resort of Sanditon. ITV in the United Kingdom broadcast the first episode of the series on August…

3. Downton Abbey


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4. Wuthering Heights


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5. The Tudors


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6. Gentleman Jack


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7. Marie Antoinette


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8. Gossip Girl


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9. The Crown


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10. Belle


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11. Dickinson


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12. The Favourite


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14. Emma.


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15. Outlander


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16. The Great


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17. Bridgerton


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