Howards End: Some early reviews

The Evening Standard had this to say:

There’s something refreshing about watching a “sexed down” period piece, one that focuses on ideas. More subversively still, these ideas — about everything from ethical capitalism to gender equality — are often spoken by women. Lonergan and director Hettie Macdonald have, if anything, enhanced Forster’s memorable dialogue.

The Daily Mail has some new photos and Matthew Macfadyen states:

'This one is eternally relevant. The social mores might have changed, but people’s behaviour hasn’t. It has money and class, the battle of the sexes, society and sex and family. Human behaviour is the same whether you’re wearing a frock coat or a hoodie. These issues endure.’