Far From The Madding Crowd (2015) Synopsis
Based on the literary classic by Thomas Hardy, FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD is the story of independent, beautiful and headstrong Bathsheba Everdene (Carey Mulligan), who attracts three very different suitors.
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Far from the Madding Crowd

By bylandwendy
Set in the beautiful English sheep farm country during the late 1800's, this movie captures your senses, as you sit transfixed by the story of a young woman's grit and determination to live "life"...

Will Appeal to All

By ceepack
Beautiful cinematography, never a dull moment, haunting and humorous. Don't miss this film!...

Great Film

By Film-girlly
My husband and I chose this movie for our date night. It was way better than we anticipated. The photography was top rate, costumes over-the-top and the acting great. The plot had some good twists...


By cchauvin789
Loved it!...

loved it

By citikitty
i'm not usually a fan of period dramas, but really got caught up in this one. Great acting, gorgeous scenery & cinematography, & wonderful Thomas Hardy story. Now I must read the book and watch the...

Nice, nicely done love story!

By goldlizsts
The 3 suitors in the movie all say to Mulligan "You're beautiful". Because of her beauty or what, she was a hard-catch. One could say that's because she did it to herself being a successful, smart...

Far From the Madding Crowd

By sandalla
I'm a big Thomas Hardy & costume drama fan, so I looked forward to this. It was beautifully filmed, the locations are lovely, and so is the cast, especially Matthias Schoenaerts as Gabriel Oak. ...

Far from the Madding Crowd

By sarahbande
Lovely actors and landscapes - fits all of the major events of the classic novel in just under 2 hours - which makes the pacing a little intense and lacking in suspense. Could have used another 15-20...

far from the madding crowd

By edwardf336
intelligent and well acted although as always Ms. Mulligan's diction could be better and that of her female companion was execrable. Important plot points were lost in unnecessary whispers, a...

A quirky, touching tale of Victorian Intrigue and Impropriety

By TimeHorse
Thomas Hardy's tale of a woman who knows not what she wants is engaging while still handcuffed to the morays of the era. Bathsheba is itself a clue to what this woman most desirable does to men both...

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Rated PG-13 | For Some Sexuality and Violence
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Strong female role model in emotional literary adaptation.
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