“And then the music that starts at the window you´ll recognised as being the music that we first hear when we enter Longbourn at the very, very beginning of the film. And the reason why I used the same piece of music is because it would remind her of home. That finding the person you´re supposed to be with is like coming home. And that, even though this house is so completely different from her house, it´s the same spirit, the same music moves there”.
(Joe Wright, Director)
wow why were you so devastatingly gorgeous • The Saphead Edition
socially awkward Darcy is the best Darcy.
I saw you in your tuxedo. You looked like a movie star.
Film is like a battleground. There’s love, hate, action, violence, death… in one word: emotion.
“She was never a ‘love me, I’m a lovable girl’ kind of actress. She always challenged the audience, and that wasn’t the fashion in those days. On the hoof, when people first saw her, they felt something arrogant in her playing. Later, by sheer feeling and skill, she bent them to her will. Of course, her quality of not asking for pity, not caring whether people liked her or not, was ideal for The Philadelphia Story.” — George Cukor