An Education is the story about falling in love. The story about giving up everything you believe in for love. For a charming, charismatic older guy who's anyway going to end up hurting you. An Education was one of those movies that just tend to glue you to the screen from start to finish. The amazing performances made me laugh, but at the same time kept me excited during the whole film. I would like to give critical acclaim to Carey Mulligan's participation in this movie, the actress who's never really caught my eye before, and has now managed to get herself an oscar nomination for the role of Jenny. Jenny is the girl who does everything to get a degree at Oxford University, until a certain man comes along. The man you wish to love, the man who gives you ten birthday presents when all your parents gave you was a latin dictionary, the man who takes you to Paris, the man who takes you to concerts and auctions. But, despite all that, you still can't help hating him. I would also like to praise Peter Sarsgaard, Alfred Molina and Emma Thompson who played wondrously as the older guy who tries to seduce a sixteen-year-old school girl, the humorous but strict father and the principal, who's trying hard to get Jenny not to commit a mistake. Everyone who's a part of this movie made it to a magical experience, everyone did a fabulous job at making An Education to something exquisite and sensational. This was yet another dazzling British movie directed by the Danish Lone Scherfig. She made this movie to something extra, she made this educational movie based on London in the 1960s extraordinary. She should also be praised, because she's made me come to terms with life. You should do what you think is fun, as long as you think it through first.