Based on Sense and Sensibility, The Dashwood Sisters Tell All is the third modern adaptation of Jane Austen novels produced by Beth Pattillo and I think the best so far. Ellen and Mimi Dodge have been sent on a tour of Hampshire to find the best place to scatter their mother’s ashes. Neither of them ever shared their mother’s obsession with Jane Austen, nor are they especially thrilled with each other, but they put a good face on it and forge ahead, each for their own reasons. The tour brings more than information about Austen, however as layers of their mother’s life are peeled away for them, revealing secrets and treasures that others would prefer kept quiet. Exploring Austen’s work and life also brings them a greater appreciation of each other. The Dashwood Sisters Tell All is a delightful story about family and love with a bit of intrigue thrown in for spice.