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The film features five sisters from an English family of landed gentry as they deal with issues of marriage, morality and misconceptions. Screenwriter Deborah Moggach initially attempted to make her script as faithful to the novel as possible, writing from Elizabeth's perspective while preserving much of the original dialogue. Wright, who was directing his first feature film, encouraged greater deviation from the text, including changing the dynamics within the Bennet family.
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Back to IMSDb. The web's largest movie script resource! Search IMSDb. I A vast mansion is coming to life. Maids pull dustsheets off furniture; servants open shutters. Sunshine spills into the great rooms of Netherfield. Its a whirlwind of activity. Servants bustle around, sweeping and polishing, readying the house for its new occupants. The shutters of a room are opened onto the imposing gardens.
A coach pulls up and, through the window, we see a young man get out. She is reading a novel entitled 'First Impressions'. She approaches Longbourn, a fairly run down 17th Century house with a small moat around it. Elizabeth jumps up onto a wall and crosses the moat by walking a wooden plank duck board, a reckless trick learnt in early childhood. She walks passed the back of the house where, through an open window to the library, we see her mother and father, Mr and Mrs Bennet.
We follow Elizabeth into the house, but still overhear her parents' conversation. As Elizabeth walks through the hallway, we hear the sound of piano scales plodding through the afternoon. She walks down the entrance hall past the room where Mary, 18, the bluestocking of the family, is practising, and finds Kitty, 16, the second youngest, and Lydia, 15, the precocious baby of the family, are listening at the door to the library.
Jane, the eldest, most beautiful and most charmingly naive of the girls , joins them at the door. JANE Goodness! LYDIA - and he's single to be sure! Mr Bennet is trying to ignore Mrs Bennet. You know that he must marry one of them. Mr Bennet takes a book from his table and walks out of the library into the corridor where the girls are gathered, Mrs Bennet following. Mr Bennet walks through the girls to the drawing room pursued by Mrs Bennet. Mary is there practising the piano.
The girls come in to listen. The piano stops. A frozen silence. They all stare. JANE when? You have no compassion for my poor nerves? I have a high respect for them; they are my constant companions these twenty years.
Lydia and Kitty shriek with excitement. Mr Bennet winks at Elizabeth and turns to Mary, a serious, somewhat pedantic young woman. Are you not excited by the prospect of a ball? Elizabeth laughs. The local subscription dance is in full swing. It's a rough-and-ready, though enthusiastic affair Lydia and Kitty, with their mother, are fussing over their clothes - straightening their dresses, tidying their hair and so on.
Elizabeth and Jane are a little apart from their family. Jane looks breathtaking. JANE Or men. JANE They are not all bad. JANE One of these days, Lizzie, someone will catch your eye and then you'll have to watch your tongue. She stops speaking. And stares. They are dressed in the highest fashion. Darcy surveys the hall. He catches Elizabeth's eye. She stares, with a kind of surprised shock. Jane notices and looks at Darcy.
He turns away. JANE Luckily, you are not wearing a hat. A hush falls as the local people turn to stare. The newcomers - creatures from another world - make quite a stir. He does indeed look superior to the assembled company.
On the dance floor a young couple, staring at the newcomers, trip over each other, stumble and burst out laughing. Mr Bingley spots Jane Bennet. For a moment he forgets himself and openly looks at her. Darcy does not answer. They spy through the crowd. I have two others but 40 they are already dancing. A stiff bow from Darcy, Elizabeth smiles, Darcy does not.
Bingley can't keep his eyes off Jane, but is frightfully at a loss in disguising his instant ardour. He looks at Jane a little blush starts around his collar. I like being out of doors. It is the work of many generations. He beams at Jane. Lydia and Kitty bound up to them in a state of high excitement. The regiment is arriving next week!
Mrs Forster told us! They leave, to dance. Elizabeth, Darcy and Miss Bingley stand in silence as they over hear the following Lots of officers! You just walk up and down in front of them and drop something. Lydia pantomimes the actions for Kitty. You say 'oh thank you sir' and blush prettily and then you're introduced! I remember the time when I liked a red coat myself, and if a smart young colonel with six thousand a year should want one of my girls I shall not say nay to him.
Mr Darcy overhears this. Profoundly embarrassed, Lizzie moves away. Mr Bingley is dancing with Jane. His ears blushing with thrilled embarrassment. Mrs Bennet, with a group of other mothers, watches the young couple with rather too obvious satisfaction. Elizabeth wanders through the throng. I hate to see you standing by yourself in this stupid manner. They have stopped at the edge of the dance floor and have not seen Elizabeth and charlotte who are standing close behind them.
Elizabeth smirks as she overhears their conversation. Elizabeth's smile drops. Bingley goes off. I would not dance with him for half of Derbyshire. Bingley politely dancing with Charlotte. As he does so, he catches sight of Jane dancing with somebody else. A look of pure longing, but he cannot dance every dance with her. Lizzie too is dancing and clocks this. Lydia and Kitty are exuberantly dancing too, laughing and chatting.
Darcy stands watching, a look of infinitely superior boredom on his fine features. I adore her. However, he did write her some very pretty verses. Everything nourishes what is strong already.
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Title: Pride and Prejudice. Author: Jane Austen. Release Date: Jun, [EBook #]. [Most recently updated: May 18, ]. Edition: Language: English.