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Review: To Walk Invisible

The Bronte sisters have gathered a devoted following in the last two centuries, from fans of their remarkable novels to scholars devoted to uncovering the mysteries of their improbably quiet lives. Their works have been adapted for screen numerous times, but dramatic interpretations of the writers themselves are fairly rare. It was therefore a treat when Happy Valley's Sally Wainwright announced that she would be writing and directing a period drama about Bronte family. To Walk Invisible is the result,…

Agatha Christie & The Brontes: This Christmas Season’s Period Dramas

Festive films can step aside - there's another Christmas TV tradition that is just as important in creating a wonderful atmosphere at home. Period dramas are the perfect family entertainment that keeps generations happy as they try and rest off all the compulsory Quality Street and turkey sandwiches. As usual, the BBC has something up their sleeve and this year it's these two dramas - To Walk Invisible, a two-hour film that tells the story of the Brontes, and The Witness For…