Imdb: Code: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0414387/ Pride and Prejudice is a 2005 film based on the popular Jane Austen novel of the same name. This second major motion-picture, Academy Award-nominated version was produced by Working Title Films, directed by Joe Wright and based on a screenplay by Deborah Moggach. It was released on September 16, 2005 in the UK and on November 11, 2005 in the US. The story takes place at the turn of the 19th century in rural England. The Bennet family, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Bennet and their five daughters - Jane, Elizabeth (Lizzy), Mary, Kitty (Catherine), and Lydia - live in comparative financial independence on a working farm, Longbourn. As Longbourn is destined to be inherited by Mr. Bennet’s cousin, Mr. Collins, Mrs. Bennet is anxious to marry off her five daughters before Mr. Bennet dies. However, Elizabeth, the heroine, is convinced that she will never marry unless she is compelled by true love. Mr. Bingley, a wealthy bachelor who has recently moved into Netherfield, a large house in the neighborhood, is introduced to local society at an assembly ball, along with his haughty sister, Caroline, and reserved friend, Mr. Darcy, who “owns half of Derbyshire.” Bingley is enchanted with the gentle and beautiful Jane, while Elizabeth takes an instant dislike to Darcy after he coldly rebuffs her attempts at conversation and she overhears him describe her as “not handsome enough to tempt me.” When Jane becomes sick on a visit to Netherfield, Elizabeth goes to stay with her, and verbally spars with Caroline and Darcy. Later the Bennets are visited by Mr. Collins, a pompous minister who talks of nothing but his patroness, Lady Catherine de Bourgh. Meanwhile, the handsome and charming Lieutenant Wickham of the newly-arrived militia captures the girls’ attention and tells Elizabeth that Darcy cheated him of his inheritance. At a ball at Netherfield, Elizabeth accepts to dance with Mr. Darcy, but vows to her plain friend Charlotte Lucas that she has “sworn to loathe him for all eternity”. When Mr. Darcy does not seem to join in Elizabeth’s conversation attempts, they begin to spar. Mr. Collins proposes to Elizabeth soon after, but she (with support from her father) refuses him despite her mother’s hysterics. When Bingley unexpectedly returns to London, Elizabeth dispatches Jane to their aunt and uncle in London, the Gardiners. Elizabeth is later appalled to learn that Charlotte will marry Mr. Collins to gain financial security. When Elizabeth visits the Collinses months later, they dine at the place of the overbearing Lady Catherine, and meet Darcy and Colonel Fitzwilliam, Lady Catherine’s nephews. Darcy takes a greater interest in Elizabeth when she replies to Lady Catherine’s jabs with spirited wit. Shortly after Colonel Fitzwilliam lets slip to Elizabeth that Darcy broke up Bingley and Jane, Darcy tracks her down and proposes marriage, admitting his love despite her lower rank. Elizabeth refuses, citing his treatment of Jane and Wickham, and Darcy leaves heartbroken. He returns only to give her a letter, explaining he misjudged Jane’s affection for Bingley. The letter also exposes Wickham as a gambler who secretly but ultimately unsuccessfully courted Darcy’s 15-year-old sister, Georgiana, to obtain her £30,000 inheritance. Elizabeth does not tell Jane what she has learnt. Instead, the Gardiners take Elizabeth on a trip to the Peak District and visit Darcy’s estate, Pemberley. Elizabeth is stunned by its wealth and beauty and hears nothing but good things about Darcy from his housekeeper. Then she accidentally runs into Darcy, who invites her and the Gardiners to meet his sister. His manners have softened considerably, and Georgiana takes an instant liking to Elizabeth. When Elizabeth learns that her immature and flirtatious youngest sister Lydia, who was sent on holiday unsupervised, has run away with Wickham, she tearfully blurts out the news to Darcy before returning home. Her family assumes their ruin for having a “fallen” sister, but they are soon relieved to hear that Mr. Gardiner has discovered the pair in London, and that they will be married. Lydia accidently lets slip later that it was Mr Darcy who found them and who paid for the marriage. When Bingley and Darcy return to Netherfield, Jane accepts Bingley’s proposal of marriage. The same evening, Lady Catherine pays Elizabeth a surprise visit and insists that Elizabeth renounce Darcy as he will marry her own daughter, Anne. Elizabeth refuses, and unable to sleep, she goes walking on the moors at dawn. She meets Darcy, who has also been unable to sleep after hearing of his aunt’s behavior. He admits his continued love, and Elizabeth accepts his second proposal. Mr Bennet gives his consent after Elizabeth assures him of her love to Darcy. In the U.S. version of the film, an additional last scene shows a newly-married Elizabeth and Darcy outside of their Pemberley estate showing deep affection to each other. DOWNLOAD Code: http://www.rarefile.net/s4dp6g12f2tx/single.link.rar.html .