Movies like Vanity Fair (2004)
If you're looking for some great movies that are a lot like Vanity Fair, here is our list of similar films:
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    1. The Age of Innocence

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    Based on Edith Wharton's novel, this film directed by Martin Scorsese is set in 19th-century New York society. It echoes Vanity Fair's depiction of the opulent, yet restrictive, nature of high society and the pitfalls of love and desire trapped by social conventions.

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    2. The Duchess

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    This film stars Keira Knightley as an 18th-century aristocrat forced into a loveless marriage, echoing Vanity Fair's themes of social climbing and the pursuit of wealth and status. It offers a similarly critical eye on high society and its constraints, especially for women.

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    3. Sense and Sensibility

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    Another Austen adaptation, Sense and Sensibility, chronicles the financial and romantic hardships of the Dashwood sisters. Like Vanity Fair, it provides an insightful look into the lives and loves of women in early 19th-century British society.

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    4. Marie Antoinette

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    Sofia Coppola's stylistic approach to the life of the infamous French queen offers a modern look at the decadence of the French court. The opulent settings and the focus on a woman's life constrained by her environment will resonate with fans of Vanity Fair.

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    5. Becoming Jane

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    This biographical drama imagines the early life of Jane Austen, focusing on a rumored romance that inspired her work. Fans of Vanity Fair's period setting and its focus on a young woman navigating societal expectations will find much to enjoy.

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    6. Emma

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    Vanity Fair enthusiasts will delight in this adaptation of Jane Austen's classic novel, which follows the misadventures of a well-meaning but often misguided matchmaker. The film probes the same themes of class and romance with a light-hearted touch.