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Prejudice
Table of contents
Introduction
Pride and prejudice
The main characters
The Bennets family
The beginning of the film
A turn in the life of the young
Greaf in the Bennets family
The film end
Conclusion
Pictures
References
Introduction
I have chosen this film because I like it very much.
Pride and Prejudice tells us about a big family in
England from the town called Meriton.
In the film we can perfectly see the life in England
at the end of the 18th century.
Pride and prejudice
This movie was made after
Jane Austen novel
Directed by Simon Langton
Composer: Care Davis
Producer: Sue Birtwistle
Country of origin: United
Kingdom
Genre: drama
Tear of release: 1995
Duration of a film: 3 hours
The main characters
Jennifer Ehle ­ Elizabeth
Bennet
Colin Firth ­ Mr. Darcy
Susannah Harker ­ Jane
Bennet
Crispin Bonham-Carter ­
Mr. Bingley
Alison Steadman ­
Mrs. Bennet
Benjamin Whitrow ­
Mr. Bennet
The Bennets family
The Bennets were poor but
respectable in the town of
Meriton.
The Bennet sponses had five
daughters.
Mrs. Bennets life goal was to
successfully marry her five
daughtess.
The main charactess in the
family are Jane and Elizabeth
and the main plot of the film
is about them.
The beginning of the film
Rich bachelors Mr. Bingley and Mr. Darsy have settled in
Meriton nearly the Bennets family.
The hope to get this daughtess married to those young rich men
pops up in the family.
The elder sister Jane Bennet and Charles Bingley fall in love at
a glance.
Elizabeth first met Bingley`s friend Darsy at the ball and was
frustrated at bad words of Darsy talking about her.
Darsy made an impression of selfish and arrogant person.
Yet in time Darsy fell in love with Elizabeth while she hated him.
A turn in the life of the young
Mr. Bingley, Jane`s friend had suddenly left the town.
He was sent by his friend Darsy as he thought the
shallow-minded Bingley didn`t love Jane.
Elizabeth was much offended with Darsy for his causing
pain to her sister.
Darsy came to Elizabeth and proposed but she refused
and spoke up her opinion about him by saying that if he
were the last man in the world she wouldn` t marry him.
Darsy sent Elizabeth a letter with
explanations and best regards.
Elizabeth starts to gradually change
her opinion about Darsy.
Elizabeth paid a visit to a fine
country cottage alongside with her
aunt where Darsy lived.
Elizabeth realized, that Darsy was
actually very kind and hospitable
and fell in love with him.
Greaf in the Bennets family
A grief had some to the
Bennets ­ one of the
daughters, Lidya had fled
away with the officer
Wickham.
The whole family was in
panic since such a deed at
the time was a shame.
Without telling anyone Darsy
had paid all the Wickham´s
bills for the well being of
Elizabeth.
The end of film
Mr. Bingly had come to propose Jane who was awaiting it
for a long time.
Elizabeth was grateful fot Darsy´s benevolence.
Again Darsy proposed and Elizabeth finally concented.
Both pairs had a happy wedding ceremony.
Conclusion
The meaning of the film lies in a fact that usually the first impression that people
get of one another is delusive. But when one gets to know a person closer, the
first impression usually changes.
I like this film very much, because it shows different relations between people,
and also, while watching it we have a possibility to follow the example of good-
tempered people.
Pictures
References
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112130/ , read on 11.10.08
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pride_and_Prejudice_(1995_TV_serial) ,
read on 13.10.09
http://images.google.ee/images?hl=ru&q=pride%20and%20prejudice%20199
, read on 16.10.08
http://zms.com.ua/info.php?kod_film=209489 , read on 13.10.08
http://www.druzya.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4559 ,read on
13.10.08
http://dvdnet.ru/?c=catalog&goods=701699 , read on 13.10.08
http://www.dol.by/movies.php?id=432 , read on 13.10.08
http://www.colin-firth.ru/holroyd.htm , read on 13.10.08
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