Emma Woodhouse (Romola Garai, Atonement) was born with the sun shining down on her. The radiant, privileged girl grows into a remarkable talent for matchmaking, as observed by her loving but disapproving father (Michael Gambon) and childhood friend Mr. Knightley (Jonny Lee Miller). When the decidedly less privileged Harriet Smith (Louise Dillon) arrives, Emma meddles with fate to find her a match, until her flawless intuition is called into question. Dissuaded from more matrimonial predictions, Emma nonetheless continues to cheerfully contemplate superior men, even meeting one of her own in the handsome, gleaming Frank Churchill (Rupert Evans). But after being so busy managing everyone else's heart, does Emma know her own? A fiercely funny new version of the Jane Austen novel, Emma was adapted by Sandy Welch, who adapted Jane Eyre for the BBC's 2006 production.