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It doesn't really work. The most important thing I did was that I wanted to cast all the actors at the right ages. I wanted to cast them at the ages that Austen wrote them. It seemed to me that these are young people experiencing these emotions for the first time.

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You've got these six women - five daughters and Mrs Bennet - all talking over each other, all wanting to be heard and all needing their space. They've got to appear real.
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Emma was the fairy godmother of the film she gave wonderful advice.
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Jane Austen has phenomenal craft, ... I tried to stay faithful to the narrative, the tone and atmosphere of the book, to find a cinematic equivalent of 'Pride and Prejudice.'
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I really didn't think I was going to like it, that it was only for girls. I was shocked by its sense of observation and its careful study. It felt very modern and very fresh.
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It wasn't that originally I didn't want her. I think she's being too modest. I thought she may be too beautiful to play Elizabeth. I kind of had the idea that Elizabeth should be a little plainer. So I met a number of people for the role.
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