Crimson staff writer
Aline G. Damas
In a way, Rooney’s unique style makes her characters embody one organism: It is as if they give up their souls to be part of a Sally Rooney Leviathan. In the show, Connell and Marianne are clearly cut from the same cloth, but their individual perspectives are emphasized.
Although it never strays far from Jane Austen’s beloved novel, “Emma.” still manages to feel inventive and fresh in a sea of other adaptations.
Many people believe that in order to be a Crimson Arts Executive you have to be well-versed in arts and culture, but that’s not true — all you need to know is how to type “flawed but compelling” and sprinkle it in your reviews.