Pride & Prejudice (2005)

Miserable Mr. Darcy

The music and dancing stop when Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfayden) and his friends enter the room. He and Elizabeth (Keira Knightley) share a glance.

Directed by Joe Wright.

Released in 2005 by Universal.

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  • setting: Assembly Hall
  • setting: Barn
  • setting: England
  • theme: Attitude
  • theme: Values
  • theme: Motivation
  • theme: Attraction
  • theme: Romance
  • actor: Carey Mulligan
  • actor: Kelly Reilly
  • actor: Keira Knightley
  • actor: Jena Malone
  • actor: Rosamund Pike
  • actor: Talulah Riley
  • actor: Simon Woods
  • actor: Brenda Blethyn
  • actor: Donald Sutherland
  • director: Joe Wright
  • producer: Paul Webster
  • producer: Eric Fellner
  • producer: Liza Chasin
  • producer: Jane Frazer
  • producer: Debra Hayward
  • producer: Tim Bevan
  • cinematographer: Roman Osin
  • composer: Dario Marianelli
  • editor: Paul Tothill
  • costume-designer: Jacqueline Durran
  • production-designer: Sarah Greenwood
  • role-name: Mr. Bingley
  • role-name: Lydia Bennet
  • role-name: Mr. Bennet
  • role-name: Jane Bennet
  • role-name: Caroline Bingley
  • role-name: Elizabeth Bennet
  • role-name: Mrs. Bennet
  • role-name: Kitty Bennet
  • role-name: Mary Bennet
  • screenwriter: Deborah Moggach
  • screenwriter: Emma Thompson
  • screenwriter: Jane Austen
  • year: 2005
  • studio: Universal