The “Confession” of Darcy and Elizabeth

I’m a 1995 Firth fan, but any Austen lover can appreciate this perfect blend of Josh Groban’s wonderful, empathetic “My Confession” with scenes from the 2005 Pride and Prejudice.

Enjoy!

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Robin Helm has published all three volumes of The Guardian Trilogy: Guardian, SoulFire, and Legacy. She also recently published the Yours by Design Series: Accidentally Yours, Sincerely Yours, and Forever Yours. She and her husband have two adult daughters, two sons-in-law, two granddaughters, and a Yorkie Poo named Toby.

8 thoughts on “The “Confession” of Darcy and Elizabeth

  1. Susan Kaye

    I now have gigs, but no time wait for this to buffer/download. Having a musical soundtrack is, IMO, the only way in which film is superior to books.

    Okay, I LOVE movies and will watch–and rewrite–instead of read on too many occasions.

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    1. Robin Helm

      To me, the film rarely lives up to the book. In fact, the film is almost always a disappointment in comparison to the book. The 1995 P & P is an exception to the rule for me. ; )

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      1. Susan Kaye

        I quit trying to equate the two a long time ago. I catalog them as separate experiences and take them for what they are individually.

        When looking at the special features of DVDs, I always enjoy ones that show how the music was chosen, and let you see how the scene looked sans music, and then what it looked like with other contenders. Very interesting.

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        1. Robin Helm

          To me, the music makes or breaks the film. Corny music ruins it; the right music enhances the experience.

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  2. Jennifer Redlarczyk

    Amazing how the right music enhances a scene and how twell these images go with Groban’s song. Thanks! ~Jen Red~

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    1. Robin Helm

      Thanks, Jen. I thought the music was perfect for the scenes and the story line. I’m glad you liked it!

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