The family’s monotonous country life is shattered by the arrival of a new neighbor, Mr. Bingley, and his friend Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen).
Bingley and Elizabeth’s sister Jane Bennett have a mutual affection for each other; Darcy develops a crush on the kind and intelligent Elizabeth, while Elizabeth is prejudiced against Darcy’s unbearable arrogance and does not accept his affection.
However, the world is unpredictable, Bingley and Jane Bennett because of misunderstanding, the relationship is at stake; Darcy’s various actions, showing the same good side of character and Elizabeth, gradually won Elizabeth’s favor.
Will the two lovers be able to get married? Can the Bennet sisters get the life they want?
A survey was done by a British organization and it was found that more or less percent of women all over the world hold Mr. Darcy as the most classic dream man, their favorite man.
What exactly is the charm of Mr. Darcy? An arrogant, withdrawn, unsociable and eccentric man has captured the hearts of women all over the world.
Perhaps the most precious thing about him is that he gives the first impression of arrogance and isolation. This society has too many flashy and unrealistic mouths around beautiful women, not knowing that the three words “I love you” cost nothing at all to say.
“I love you, I love you, how I love you so much”, this phrase said ten thousand times is not as good as Mr. Darcy to help Elizabeth into the carriage after holding a tight hand, not as good as Mr. Darcy rushed into Elizabeth’s room coy half a day after saying an “It’s an It’s a charming house ……”, not to mention what he did for her sister and sister.
I don’t mean to say that I don’t advocate expressing love, but I think that “love” is actually a very heavy word, it not only represents the sweet feeling of ease and pleasure but also bears the responsibility of giving their all and never leave.
Before you say “love”, you have to think clearly whether you are not only blushing at her beauty but also worrying about her worries and her tears. In the name of “love”, not only have the right to enjoy her happiness but also have the obligation to soothe her sorrow.