As I posted on the main page... Mrs. Darcy is entirely and perfectly and incandescently happy and... speechless, thanks to the lovely CindyQ who sent me a package containing some very interesting P&P3 publications. amongst other things, Deborah Moggach's complete screenplay published by Working Title Films in 2004; a beautiful glossy P&P promotion book, especially published for the Academy; CDs with Austen's complete novels; a CD with slideshows, pictures, the trailer and more... I'm totally overwhelmed. A thousand thanks Cindy. .
I've scanned a couple of pictures from the book to give you an impression of how it looks. You're going to be so jealous! *evil grin*
The cover of the book:
Couldn't resist, here's another scanned page I love! Must have something to do with my preference for b/w pictures, particularly portraits.
And another one!
Lucky, lucky woman!!! Thank goodness you like to share! LOL They are delightful.
Thanks much for letting the rest of us have a peek. 'sigh'
I know I am, happy as a clam!
Here's another peek:
To my delight,I just found this site and read your post about the package with all the goodies about P&P you received. Please, where did you order from? Was it this site? I'll appreciate any info.
I'm sorry, Marisa, but the package was sent to me by a friend who had been to the premiere of the movie in Los Angeles.
If you like, you can read the shooting script (with notes) here. I scanned it. And, perhaps, the promo book of which I posted those pictures can be obtained on ebay. Who knows!
thank you, thank your for the scanned pages! you have a good friend indeed (the one who sent you the goodies).
PS. Sorry aboutthe delayed response, Iwas out of town for a few days.
I use the picture in which she kisses his hands (the one with the director's notes) as my wallpaper. Looks lovely on my desktop. The pictures and lay-out are lovely and I still like to browse the brochure.
Today my eldest sister will come here to watch the movie together. She didn't have a chance so far, can you imagine???