Favorite P&P 2005 Videos
I am unabashedly and unashamedly a diehard fan of the 2005 cinematic adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. As directed by Joe Wright, and starring Matthew Macfadyen as Mr. Darcy and Kiera Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet, I still to this day, twelve years later, believe it is the best version, EVER. At least to me! This movie inspired my passion for Jane Austen and these characters. It led to my writing career. I will forever esteem this version in every way imaginable.
With this in mind, here are just a few of my all-time favorite fan-created videos. I have quite a bunch on my YouTube Channel.
Pride & Prejudice set to “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss:
Pride & Prejudice set to “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri
Pride & Prejudice set to “It Is You I Have Loved” by Dana Glover:
Pride & Prejudice set to “Right Here Waiting For You” by Richard Marx:
Pride & Prejudice set to “Far Away” by Nickelback:
Pride & Prejudice set to “Weightless” by Black Lab:
Pride & Prejudice set to “You Could Be Happy” by Snow Patrol:
Thank you for sharing with us during these trying times of this crisis! Music is a gift to the soul. I also enjoyed watching the scenes of my favorite, “Pride and Prejudice” movie. I do love the music of the soundtrack from 2005. I think these two actors portrayed what Jane Austen wrote about since they were the same age filming as was in the novel.
Once again a big thank you to you!
I love watching fan videos, thanks for sharing your favorites. Off to check them out…
These were lovely. I remember my first impression of the 2005 film (which I traveled an hour to view) was that it was a cacophony of sight and sound. Not at all the sedate, mild mannered picture of British society which I had from other films. I have to say, though, that 1995 is and always will be my favorite. I have every film version on DVD so can watch at my leisure. It is ironic that Jane Eyre has more versions on film even though Jane Austen’s P&P is much more popular, IMHO. Thanks for sharing.
I loved those, particularly Christine Perri and Richard Marx. I have no idea just how many times I have watched this film and video clips but I know I will never tire of it.
Thank you so much for sharing these Sharon.