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Vanity Fair
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Directed By
Mira Nair

Reese Witherspoon, James Purefoy, Romola Garai, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Gabriel Byrne, Jim Broadbent, Bob Hoskins, Jade Ramsey, Nikita Ramsey, Romola Garai, Deborah Findlay, Rhys Ifans, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Bob Hoskins, Douglas Hodge, Geraldine McEwan, Natasha Little, Eileen Atkins, James Purefoy, Jim Broadbent, John Woodvine, Barbara Leigh-Hunt, Nicholas Jones, Sian Thomas, Brian Pettifer, Niall O'Brien, Kelly Hunter, Camilla Rutherford, Tony Maudsley, William Melling, John Franklyn-Robbins, David Sterne, Trevor Cooper, Meg Wynn Owen, Steven Elder, Jonathan Phillips, Kathryn Drysdale, Paul Bazely, Max Bollinger, Paul Bazely, Charlie Beall, Georgina Edmonds, Emilie Richardson, Helen Coker, Sophie Hunter, Paul Bentall, Sean McKenzie, Gabrielle Lloyd, Daniel Hay, Roma Edmonds, Thomas Grant, Alexandra Staden, Tim Preece, Tim Seely, Anu Gopalakrishnan, Tom Beard, Gledis Cimque

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Vanity Fair (2004)
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Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie
March 31st, 2007

Bad Adaptation

One of the great novels of all time is reduced to a relatively short film starring Reese Witherspoon.

Becky Sharp is one of the most famous anti-feminist heroines in literary history and here she is given sympathetic characteristics and reimagined as someone who could be played by America's sweetheart.

Mira Nair totally misses the point and goes off on a wild tangent of a film that should in no way be mistaken as an adaptation of Thackeray's novel.

Shameful exploitation of a masterpiece.

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