Posted by Katariina on June 03, 1997 at 07:16:07:
In reply to Re: Emma2 vs. Emma3--8 times?! posted by kathleen (elder) on June 02, 1997 at 07:10:46
] ] ] I read the book first (about 20 times I suppose), then saw Emma2, then saw Emma1, then saw Emma3. Emma3 is my favorite, but I also like the other two. In fact, I saw Emma2 in the theater 8 times in three weeks. (I haven't purchased the video yet -- but I will when I see it for sale at a decent price.)
] ] NONSENSICAL GIRL!(i usually buy the video, then watch it 8 times)notice i think it's o.k. to read the book 20 times.
] Of course you are right, but the video wasn't available last September. And, to be fair to me (!), I didn't see any other movies over those three weeks (or the next three, for that matter).
True. I don't even think the video is yet available in Finland. (Even if it was, I couldn't possibly afford it, nor could I go to the movies 8 times in three weeks, it's really expensive here, you know.;)) Fortunately my favourite is Emma3 (I haven't seen Emma1). I first read the book, then saw Emma2 and then Emma3. I like them both, but for example the scene in which they were picking strawberries at Box Hill in Emma2 made up my mind about it... ;)