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Royal Navy captain Wentworth was haughtily turned down eight years ago as suitor of pompous baronet Sir Walter Elliot's daughter Anne, despite true love. Now he visits their former seaside ... See full summary »
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Jennifer Ehle (Lizzy Bennet) is a blonde. The dark hair she wears during this production is a wig. Knowing she would be wearing a wig for filming, Jennifer had her hair cut very short. This was a problem for the stylists, who had to cover the wisps of blonde hair that escaped from the back of the wig. They would have preferred her hair to have been kept long, which is neater to cover. See more »
In the marriage proposal scene the clock on the mantel doesn't change time. It remains at 6:16 throughout the scene. See more »
First let me state that I am a 30 something male who generally does not like chick flicks. I have not seen any other version nor read the book.
The mini-series is just perfect. It is a fantastic love story that is witty, charming, and very funny. I am not sure how many times I have watched it now, at least 5, and it improves with each viewing. The story and characters are so rich and interesting and the acting is just superb. I have a Top Ten list of movies/shows based on the premise that you are stuck on an island and can only bring 10 movies with you to watch for the rest of your life. This version of Pride and Prejudice has a permanent spot on that list. I rarely give 9s when voting here and I give this a 10!
If you like period pieces, good acting, or a great love story then this is a must see!
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