In Victorian England around the 18th century an independent and firm minded, Bathsheba Everdene attacks three different men which like in many love and passion stories falls victim of the bad and misleading passions.
For many romantic and passionate viewers, this movie will fit the shoe. Far from the Madding Crowd will drive many people nuts do to the many different choices that a wonderful women had to choose, but in the end fell victim of a cowardly Sargent.
Bathsheba Everdene always said she was never to be married, but wanted only a man who would be able to dominate her. In the begging she was proposed Gabriel Oak, a sheep farmer who had a true and sincere love and who stood only by herself until one day she could be by his side.
Another man and unfortunate man who proposed was William Boldwood, a prosperous and mature bachelor. He fell in love after an unintended proposal letter that Bathsheba Everdene sent that said. “Would you Marry Me?”
Both charming men stood with their feelings until a reckless ,Frank Troy was able to dominate her, which lead to a crazy and fast marriage. Bathsheba Everdene,lost her strong character and was falling to a cowardly,gambler and man who still had feelings to her intended intended wife who left him by accident in the alter.
Sincerely this movie hit the spot for many of viewers addicted to passion and love. Well all thanks to the final outcome where the sheep farmer Gabriel ended up with the prize of staying with Bathsheba Everdene