P&P0 and P&P2
Posted by Kate on December 04, 1997 at 08:50:20:
In response to P&P0, written by RachelE on December 04, 1997 at 02:07:56
] ] Seriously though, I have always looked upon the adaptations as just another carefully considered opinion. (P&P0 doesn't count!)
] May I ask *why* P&P0 doesn't count? I know it's very much shortened, but I really enjoyed it, and never think of Lady Catherine de Bourgh without hearing it as Collins said it in that movie.
I think by COUNTING, Mark means that it is a serious attempt to interpret the novel to modern audiences. By changing the period, the plot and the characters so much as it did, I think he's trying to say that it is not such a serious attempt.
] Then again, I haven't seen P&P2 yet.
Get thee to a video store, girl! You haven't lived. And you can hire the whole six hours for the price of a two hour movie. And wallow....
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