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Pride & Prejudice - Scene from the movie. Keira Knightley (seated) is Elizabeth Bennet...getting ready for the Ball (the big DANCE).
His anguish, his isolation, his difference from other men, his gifts of genius and eloquent enthusiasm, made a deep impression on Godwin's daughter Mary, now a girl of sixteen, who had been accustomed to hear Shelley spoken of as something rare and strange. To her, as they met one eventful day in St. Pancras Churchyard, by her mother's grave, Bysshe, in burning words, poured forth the tale of his wild past - how he had suffered, how he had been misled'
“I battle with myself over this scene cos it’s probably a bit over the top and over-romantic and slushy, but if we haven’t earned it by now, then we never will have. Again, this shot, I hold it for such a long time, I’ve probably gone too far, but if Matthew hasn’t earnt this moment, then…” (Joe Wright, Director) No Joe! It's perfect! They've earned it, its brilliant and necessary!