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Emilia Fox, the program's narrator, appeared in Pride and Prejudice (1995) in the role of Georgiana, Mr. Darcy's sister. See more »

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Azar Nafisi: At the heart of every Austen novel, but especially Pride and Prejudice, is a woman saying 'no' to her family, going against the norms of her society.
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Azar Nafisi: awakened my sense of irony, my sense of mischievousness, so as a woman, I connected to Elizabeth Bennet. Like her, I learned to say 'no' in so many different ways.
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Winter into Spring
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A brilliant documentary...
11 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Pride and Prejudice revisited is a brilliant documentary that was made to coincide the theatrical release of Pride and Prejudice starring Kiera Knightley. It is also included on the DVD release of the film. In the segment, directors and Austen enthusiasts discuss the many popular works of Jane Austen and its impact on popular culture from all around the world, including the popular Bride and Prejudice starring Aishwarya Rai and Naveen Andrews which is a Bollywood(Indian Cinema) take on the Austen classic. Kate Winslet's 'Sense and Sensibility' as well as Aishwarya Rai's 'I have found it' (Kandukondain, Kandukondain) also earn mentions both for being adaptations of Jane Austen novels as well.


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