A beautiful film, fast moving focused storyline without distracting sub-plots. Jessica excels as the credible "force-of-nature" that changes the lives of each of the four main characters by removing the special albatross that is restraining each of their lives in different ways. Jessica Brown-Findlay, at only 21, having made this film just before Downton Abbey, is amazing. She is a very beautiful woman in body and face, with "lips to die for". Add her silky voice and facial expressions as she pouts her way thru this film and she will win any man's heart. This "force of nature" has discovered early in her life that she has the power to influence and charm people, mostly men, using her beauty, and forceful personality. She differs from most women in that she has little sense of vulnerabilty; she's a risk taker. I understand that in real life Jessica is not like her character "Emelia" in Albatross, but more like "Lady Sybil" in Downton Abbey. But she really enjoyed acting as Emelia because she could do sexy things in the film without getting into trouble. This is a real breakout for her, she is headed for super stardom. I love this film. Beautiful photography as well.