Lydia in bed
Posted by Courtney Lynne on July 13, 1998 at 21:28:13:
In response to Vinegar Cocktail, written by Gayle on July 13, 1998 at 19:27:53
] Now, I've got a question for the group (goodness, I hope it's ok to post it here - I should probably be on the P&P2 board!). In that same scene, where the minister talks about the purposes of marriage, he mentions something to the effect of "a determent against sin" or "to avoid forication" or something like that, and we get a shot of Wickham sitting on the side of a bed and a female reclining on the bed. I say that the female is Lydia and this is a sort of "flashback" to the elopement. My husband strongly disagrees with me - he cannot get that female to look like Lydia, thinks it is another woman, and states this is proof that Wickham was not faithful to Lydia as he's already having an affair with another woman.
] Any comments from the gang here??? Gayle
I always thought that it was a shot of Lydia and Whickam current with the wedding, meant to show that their marriage was based only on lust.
- Speaking of this scene... Silke 03:18:37 7/14/98 (3)
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