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Video Licks: Times Never Change in This Deleted Scene from “Sense and Sensibility”

Video Licks: Times Never Change in This Deleted Scene from “Sense and Sensibility”
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I guess courting really hasn’t changes since Jane Austen times. Most obviously, we don’t use the word “courting” anymore, but seeking a suitable companion is STILL no easy business. Jessica Drolet demonstrates it’s challenges in this deleted scene from Sense and Sensibility where Augusta of the Pembersquat family vies with Marianne Dashwood (Kate Winslet) for colonel Brandon’s (Alan Rickman) attention. Enjoy Flirting with Alan Rickman! “What, does that impress, you?”

This deleted scene was written and performed by Jessica Drolet.

Mentions: Watch more of Drolet’s work on Comedy Cake and elsewhere.

It’s never easy getting a man’s attention. It’s not easy now, and it wasn’t back in Jane Austen’s day, as seen in this deleted scene from Sense and Sensibility, where Augusta of the Pembersquat family competes against Kate Winslet for Alan Rickman’s heart. dashwood colonel Brandon

Written and performed by Jessica Drolet
Visual Effects Joe White
www.joewhite3d.com
Insta @jesdrolet

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