i shall conquer this
Pam, Australia.

so i guess this is kinda personal

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austenchanted,
brandomarlons+
cinemove.

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elegantdelights:

Rosamund Pike, on the set of 'Pride & Prejudice' 2005

elegantdelights:

Rosamund Pike, on the set of 'Pride & Prejudice' 2005

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incompaint:

Film Facts: Pride and Prejudice (2005)

At the beginning of the film, Elizabeth is shown reading a novel titled “First Impressions” - this was Jane Austen’s original title of her novel before she altered it to “Pride and Prejudice”. Additionally the text of the visible pages is readable when paused; it is the last chapter of Pride and Prejudice, with names changed.

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cinemove:

Atonement (2007) dir. Joe Wright

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Atonement (2007) dir. Joe Wright

Robbie, look at me, come back, come back to me.

Atonement (2007) dir. Joe Wright

Robbie, look at me, come back, come back to me.

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austenchanted:

I cannot fix on the hour, or the spot, or the look, or the words, which laid the foundation. It is too long ago. I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.

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austenchanted:

Catherine and Lydia had been fortunate enough never to be without partners, which was all that they had yet learnt to care for at a ball.

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austenchanted:

They don’t really touch. Women don’t shake hands with men. So the first time Darcy touches Elizabeth is when he helps her into the carriage. Which is a really beautiful moment because it’s the first skin on skin touch. I think today, we don’t think twice about that at all. I shake people’s hands, I give them a kiss, whatever. It’s interesting to think, if you don’t have that tactile nature, how important one touch can be. - Keira Knightley

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Where was Cecilia? She hovered on the peripheries, speaking to no one, always smoking, raising the cigarette to her lips with a rapid, hungry movement, and pulling it away in agitated disgust.

'You saw him then.'
'I know it was him.'
'Let's forgot what you know. You're saying you saw him.'

At first they saw nothing … . then everyone could hear it, and there was a collective murmur and shifting of weight as they caught sight of an indefinable shape, no more than a grayish smudge against the white, almost a hundred yards away. As the shape took form, the waiting group fell silent again. No one could quite believe what was emerging. Surely it was a trick of mist and light. No one in this age of telephones and motorcars could believe that giants seven or eight feet high existed in crowded Surrey. But here it was, an apparition as inhuman as it was purposeful. The thing was impossible and undeniable, and heading their way…this was Robbie.

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