The Importance of Being Earnest (2002)

Earnest is Dead, Quite Dead

Jack (Colin Firth) comes armed with an urn and a bogus story hoping to kill off his fictitious brother, Earnest; little does he know that Algernon has just shown up claiming to be Earnest.

Directed by Oliver Parker.

Released in 2002 by Miramax Films.

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  • primary-genre: Comedy
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Foreign
  • secondary-genre: British Movies
  • secondary-genre: Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Romantic Movies
  • secondary-genre: British Comedies
  • mood: Funny
  • prop: Urn
  • prop: Hat
  • setting: Lawn
  • setting: England
  • theme: Dishonesty
  • theme: Deception
  • theme: Humor
  • actor: Reese Witherspoon
  • actor: Colin Firth
  • actor: Tom Wilkinson
  • director: Oliver Parker
  • producer: Uri Fruchtmann
  • producer: David Brown
  • producer: Barnaby Thompson
  • cinematographer: Tony Pierce-Roberts
  • composer: Charlie Mole
  • editor: Guy Bensley
  • costume-designer: Maurizio Millenotti
  • production-designer: Luciana Arrighi
  • role-name: Cecily Cardew
  • role-name: John 'Jack' Worthing
  • role-name: Dr. Frederick Chasuble
  • screenwriter: Oliver Parker
  • screenwriter: Oscar Wilde
  • year: 2002
  • studio: Miramax Films