Emma is the latest big-screen adaptation of Jane Austen’s beloved comedy novel, directed by Autumn de Wilde and starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Johnny Flynn.
Ahead of the film’s theatrical release on 14 February, Stefan Pape sat down with the co-stars to find how their costumes helped them to get into character, and why ear chaffage and “corestgasms” are the norm when making a period movie.
Watch the full interview below and see Emma in cinemas Friday.
Published 13 Feb 2020
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