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Matthew Macfadyen talks about the etiquette of Jane Austen´s period.
The second proposal scene.
I never saw such a woman. She would certainly be a fearsome thing to behold.
Wright went with the Darcy he saw in his head, a vulnerable young man with big responsibilities after the death of his parents who suffers from a lack of social graces.
“He put on a suit of manhood that didn’t quite fit him, and Elizabeth teaches him how to be a man.”
(Joe Wright, Director)
I freaking love Bingley’s reaction to this quote.
Someone buy me this movie for a present, please. I want to watch it again so badly.
Like his director, the strapping 6-foot-2 actor, knew of the fierce devotion to the BBC series, but never felt daunted by it.
”There was nothing to lose. If anything, I was more bemused by other people’s reactions. It was a lovely part to play and, career-wise, a peachy part to get. I’m a huge Colin Firth fan, anyway, so I’m in good company.”
This man. That last gif. Jesus take the wheel.