Pride & Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy

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Pride and Prejudice
Directed by Andrew Black
Produced by Jason Faller
Kynan Griffin
Written by Jane Austen
Anne K. Black
Jason Faller
Katherine Swigert
Starring Kam Heskin
Orlando Seale
Ben Gourley
Lucila Solá
Henry Maguire
Carmen Rasmusen
Music by Ben Carson
Distributed by Excel Entertainment Group
Release date
  • 2003 (2003)
Running time
104 min.
Language English
Budget $350,000

Pride & Prejudice: A Latter-Day Comedy is a 2003 independent film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel set in modern-day Provo, Utah. The film received mixed reviews, with more negative reviews than positive. Critics accused the film of its poor editing[1][2] and its rough application of the story to modern life.[1][2] Positive reviews praised Kam Heskin's performance as Elizabeth[1][2][3] and enjoyed that the film was "cute".[1][4] Although the film included aspects of LDS culture, most critics agreed that the film's connection with LDS culture was trivial, making the film more universally accessible to viewers.[1][3][4]

Cast and crew[edit]

References to Jane Austen's novel, Pride and Prejudice[edit]

  • Lizzy's university class is studying Jane Austen
  • There is a portrait of Jane Austen in Darcy's ski cabin
  • Lydia's pug's name is "Austen." A pet pug is also found in Jane Austen's Mansfield Park.
  • The restaurant that Lizzy meets Darcy in is called "Rosings." In the book, Rosings Park is the home of Darcy's aunt, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, and also close to the place where Elizabeth turns down Darcy's first proposal.
  • Lydia and Jack plan to get married in Las Vegas chapel that has a Scottish theme. In the book, Lydia and Wickham must go to Scotland to marry because they can do so more quickly than they could in England (see Gretna Green Marriage).
  • The girls' residence is on a street called Longbourn. In the book the Bennet estate is Longbourn.
  • In the "more religious" version, Collins refers to his mission president, "President deBourgh," the way Collins refers to Lady de Bourgh in the book.
  • Lydia and Kitty's last name in the film is Meryton, the nearest town to the Bennet estate at Longbourn.


  1. "Nothing Wrong" (Stephanie Smith)
  2. "Cake"
  3. "Be With You" (Carmen Rasmusen)
  4. "Bookstore Suite"
  5. "Pillowtalk"
  6. "All the Way" (Trey Warner)
  7. "Dream on Dream" (Jeff Foster)
  8. "Jane's Attraction"
  9. "Elizabeth's Dream"
  10. "My Baby" (Ben Carson)
  11. "Bling Bling Daddy" (Scott Reinwand)
  12. "Not Enough of You" (Ben Carson)
  13. "Gathering"
  14. "Unexpected Song" (Sarah Brightman)
  15. "Condition of Desperation" (Randy Porter)
  16. "Cowboy Rompin'" (Brilliant Stereo Mob)
  17. "Match Point"
  18. "Bingley Leaves"
  19. "Self Portrait" (Stephanie Smith)
  20. "Solid Comma Girl" (Brilliant Stereo Mob)
  21. "Mutual Attraction"
  22. "Life" (Coolhand)
  23. "Can't Stand the Way You See Me" (Ben Carson/Scott Reinwand)
  24. "My Giant" (Stephanie Smith)
  25. "Nothing Wrong Reprise" (Jamen Brooks)


  1. ^ a b c d e Snider, Eric. "Movie Review: Pride and Prejudice". Retrieved 4 March 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c Foster, Matthew. "Pride and Prejudice (A Whole Lot of Pride and a Little Prejudice)". Retrieved 4 March 2015. 
  3. ^ a b Rodes, Steve. "Pride and Prejudice (2003)". Retrieved 4 March 2015. 
  4. ^ a b Leo, Vincent. "Pride and Prejudice (2003) / Comedy-Romance". Retrieved 4 March 2015.  External link in |website= (help)

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