Gurinder Chadha's foray into history gives us an impactful if slightly cliched final product, and a film that may say as much about our future as it does India's past
Running away from some unpleasantness in the big city, mother and daughter Clara and Eleanor (Arterton and Ronan) arrive in the peculiarly depressing environ of an out-of-season English seaside town.
Prepare yourselves because this autumn is Bronte season. Hollywood has obviously decided to give Jane Austen a bit of a rest, so now it's the turn of her Northern bretheren...
Once a country girl, Tamara Drewe (Arterton) went to London to make her fortune and got a nose job and a newspaper column.