Anne Elliot is second daughter Sir Vain Walter Elliot a nobleman who is in of financial difficult. The Elliot family residence, Kellynch Hall in Somersetshire, will be sold to Admiral Croft. Mrs. Croft is sister of Frederick Wentworth, who has risen to Captain in the meantime and has become rich while serving in the Royal Navy. Anne who heard it were surprised and go to the bedroom. Lady Russell ask Anne “what happened?”. Anne say who is Mrs. Croft, she is sister of Captain Frederick Wentworth who was engagement with her eight years ago. But Her Family persuade Anne to break off.
Sir Walter and his eldest daughter Elizabeth move to for their new residence in Bath. At first, Anne stays behind, but Anne, unwanted in Bath, goes to visit her sister Mary Musgrove who is married to Charles Musgrove, who was sick, and living in the nearby estate Uppercross. The twin sister Charles Louisa and Henrietta Musgrove approached to Anne. They said Captain Frederick will come to seeking wife, Anne shocked to hear that.
The next day, Frederick come, they want to wander around the Uppercross. Anne jealous seeing affection between Frederick and Louisa. Suddenly Anne slipping while crossing a small bridge. Charles helped Anne, but she turned it down and crying.
In other day, they visit Lyme-Regis to meet captain Harvilles and Captain James Benwick who are friend Frederick. They encounter William Elliot at the Cobb, who looks on Anne with admiration, though Anne does not recognize him. Louisa foolishly jumps from the steps on the Cobb and misses Wentworth, and she get pain in the head. While Mary and Charles waiting for Louisa aware, Anne, Henrietta and Fredrick returned to Uppercoss. Mrs. Musgrove was saddened to hear of the incident.
Eventually Anne goes to Bath, and meet with Mr. Elliot, a distant cousin who will inherit her father’s wealth. Mr. Elliot proposes to Anne, who, though still very much in love with Wentworth, does not immediately decline Mr. Elliot’s offer. Admiral Croft, having heard a rumour of Mr. Elliot’s proposal to Anne, sends Wentworth to ask Anne if she and her new husband require them to quit Kellynch Hall. Anne informs Wentworth that Admiral Croft has been very much misinformed, but in the medley of new arrivals, Wentworth leaves and Anne runs to find him. On her way, her good friend Harriet reliably informs her that Mr. Elliot is currently also courting Mrs Clay, whom it seemed Anne’s father might marry. Mr. Elliot only wants to marry Anne in order to inherit the title from Anne’s father once he dies, and establish Mrs Clay as his mistress. Wentworth declares his undying love for Anne and proposes to her in a letter. Anne and Wentworth eventually find to each other. Anne accepts Wentworth’s proposal in the street, and says she has never been more determined in her life. The movie skips to Anne and Wentworth in a carriage, Anne blindfolded. Once removed, Anne finds herself standing in front of Kellynch Hall, her early wedding present. The film ends with Wentworth and Anne on the lawn of their new home, dancing together.
Anne Elliot – The second daughter of Sir Walter
Sir Walter Elliot – A vain, sycophantic, self-satisfied baronet
Elizabeth Elliot – The eldest and most beautiful daughter of Sir Walter
Frederick Wentworth – A naval officer who was briefly engaged to Anne some years ago
Lady Russlle – A friend of the Elliots, particularly Anne, of whom she is the godmother
Mary Musgrove – The youngest daughter of Sir Walter, married to Charles Musgrove
Charles Musgrove – Husband of Mary and heir to the Musgrove estate
Louisa Musgrove – Second sister of Charles Musgrove
Henrietta Musgrove – Eldest sister of Charles Musgrove
James Benwick – A friend of Captain Harville
Captain Harville – A friend of Captain Wentworth
Admiral Croft – Brother-in-law of Captain Wentworth
Sophia – Sister of Captain Wentworth and wife of Admiral Croft
Harriet – A friend of Anne
Mr. William Elliot – A distant cousin of Anne
Kellynch – The Elliot family residence
Bath – The new Elliot family residence
Uppercross – The Musgrove family residence
Lyme Regis is well known for “The Cobb”, a harbour wall full of character and history