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An Education
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An Education 2009

description written by member Zara:

Jenny's (Carey Mulligan) Oxford-bound teen life is run-of-the-mill in 1961 London until she's given a different kind of education after being immersed in the enthralling -- and oftentimes dangerous -- world of cultured and much-older David (Peter Sarsgaard). Even Jenny's father (Alfred Molina) is wooed by David, but her school's headmistress (Emma Thompson) is compelled to stop Jenny's entire future from crumbling under the boy's influence.

Release Date:October 9th, 2009
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:95 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsLone Scherfig
Written By:
No image existsNick Hornby
No image existsLynn Barber
Peter SarsgaardPeter Sarsgaard
Carey MulliganCarey Mulligan
Alfred MolinaAlfred Molina
Dominic CooperDominic Cooper
Rosamund PikeRosamund Pike
No image existsOlivia Williams
Emma ThompsonEmma Thompson
No image existsCara Seymour
No image existsMatthew Beard
Sally HawkinsSally Hawkins
No image existsAmanda Fairbank-Hynes
No image existsEllie Kendrick

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An Education Movie Review by Movie Addict (6/9/2010)

The film garnered a whole basket full of nominations, including three Oscar nominations. The majority of wins on the awards circuit went to lead actress Carey Mulligan, who played Jenny, a teen who was coming of age and breaking with her father's (Alfred Molina) idea of what she should do with her life. She picked up...

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An Education Movie Review by Zara (4/5/2010)

There is a very good reason why young Carey Mulligan was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in this movie... she is its centerpiece. She literally glows while on screen and she thankfully dominates every scene in the movie, so there's never a time where you have to be without her. As a 16 year old school girl during the...

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