Pride & Prejudice

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Overview

Jane Austen's perennially popular story of the game of love among the British upper classes returns to the screen in this polished film adaptation. The Bennets Brenda Blethyn and Donald Sutherland are the parents of five daughters near the close of the 18th century. Comfortable within their means but well short of rich, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are looking for suitable husbands for their girls, and they are encouraged to learn that an eligible young bachelor from a wealthy family, Charles Bingley Simon Woods, has ...
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Overview

Jane Austen's perennially popular story of the game of love among the British upper classes returns to the screen in this polished film adaptation. The Bennets Brenda Blethyn and Donald Sutherland are the parents of five daughters near the close of the 18th century. Comfortable within their means but well short of rich, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are looking for suitable husbands for their girls, and they are encouraged to learn that an eligible young bachelor from a wealthy family, Charles Bingley Simon Woods, has moved into a nearby estate. Eager to see if a match can be made, the Bennets bring their daughters Elizabeth Keira Knightley and Jane Rosamund Pike to a ball thrown by their new neighbor to see if sparks will fly. Jane seems to like Charles, and he appears to feel the same, but Elizabeth takes an immediate dislike to Darcy Matthew MacFadyen, Charles' egocentric best friend. While Elizabeth is infatuated with military man Lt. Wickham Rupert Friend and finds herself courted by William Collins Tom Hollander, a well-meaning but drab man of the cloth, fate causes Elizabeth and Darcy to frequently cross paths, and while they don't care for one another, they can't stop thinking about each other, either. Pride & Prejudice also stars Jena Malone, Judi Dench, and Penelope Wilton.
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Special Features

Audio commentary from director Joe Wright; featurettes include "Jane Austen, Ahead of Her Time"; "Behind the Scenes at the Ball"; HBO First Look: Pride & Prejudice, A Classic in the Making -- complete with talent and filmmaker interviews.
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
Jane Austen's much-beloved novel about five sisters in Georgian England has been adapted to the screen numerous times, both officially and unofficially, but never with quite a much verve as this version from director Joe Wright. The lion's share of that verve can be attributed to the performance of Keira Knightley, whose energetic portrayal of feisty, independent Elizabeth Bennet is a delight from first frame to last. She's the second-oldest sibling, much different than her sisters and, according to her mother, probably the least likely to attract a suitor. There seems to be something between Elizabeth and a stolid fellow named Darcy Matthew MacFadyen, but it's certainly not love -- she claims at one point that she will "loathe him for all eternity." But that's before events take a surprising turn and the taciturn young man ingratiates himself with the family. Due to its fairly large contingent of characters, Pride & Prejudice boasts an unusual array of plot complications, but Wright, working from an unusually cogent adaptation by screenwriter Deborah Moggach, effortlessly glides over the story's rough patches and keeps his storyteller's eye trained at all times on Elizabeth, around whose intoxicating personality much of the intrigue revolves. From both visual and technical standpoints, there's nary a flaw in this well-produced period romance, and with the radiant Knightley appearing in a character that plays to her strengths as a performer -- the conveyance of passion, determination, and generosity of spirit -- this Pride & Prejudice becomes a joyous viewing experience.
All Movie Guide - Perry Seibert
Like Douglas McGrath's version of Emma, Joe Wright's 2006 adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride & Prejudice works beautifully because it throws off the weight of the novel's immense popularity in order to focus on the human story at the heart of the tale. Instead of staying scrupulously faithful to the source material -- and really, what would be the point of even attempting such a thing after the definitive BBC version starring Colin Firth -- Wright streamlines the story without sacrificing much of the color. His observant, roving camera flows from person to person throughout the film's many party scenes, providing important glimpses into the action going on in the background while the main story marches forward. These sequences are technically superb, and contextually modest as they never stray from the narrative. Wright's choice for Elizabeth Bennet, the strong-willed daughter, could not have been more apt considering his approach to the material. Keira Knightley does an impressive job of bringing the beloved heroine to life, carrying herself with confidence as well as a playful twinkle in her eye so as to always seem modern for Ms. Bennet's time, rather than her own. The film includes solid work from Donald Sutherland, Judi Dench, Jena Malone, and especially Matthew MacFadyen as the prickly but loyal Darcy. These actors conspire with Wright to provide Knightley the kind of support that allows her to shine at the center of this charming, well-made entertainment.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/28/2006
  • UPC: 025192807220
  • Original Release: 2005
  • Rating:

  • Source: Focus Features
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen / Subtitled
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 2:09:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 221

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Keira Knightley Elizabeth Bennet
Matthew MacFadyen Mr. Darcy
Brenda Blethyn Mrs. Bennet
Donald Sutherland Mr. Bennet
Tom Hollander Mr. Collins
Kelly Reilly Caroline Bingley
Claudie Blakley Charlotte Lucas
Peter Wight Mr. Gardiner
Rupert Friend Lt. Wickham
Tamzin Merchant Georgiana Darcy
Cornelius Booth
Sylvester Morand
Rosamund Stephen
Janet Whiteside
Sinead Matthews
Roy Holder
Meg Wynn Owen
Megan Owen
Samantha Bloom
Moya Brady
Pip Torrens
Jay Simpson
Carey Mulligan Kitty Bennet
Talulah Riley Mary Bennet
Penelope Wilton Mrs. Gardiner
Simon Woods Charles Bingley
Technical Credits
Joe Wright Director
Nick Angel Musical Direction/Supervision
Tim Bevan Producer
Liza Chasin Executive Producer
Jacqueline Durran Costumes/Costume Designer
Eric Fellner Producer
Jane Frazer Co-producer
Jane Gibson Choreography
Nick Gottschalk Art Director
Sarah Greenwood Production Designer
Paul Hamblin Sound/Sound Designer
Danny Hambrook Sound/Sound Designer
Fae Hammond Makeup
Debra Hayward Executive Producer
Guy Heeley Asst. Director
Catherine Hodgson Sound/Sound Designer
Jina Jay Casting
Dario Marianelli Score Composer
Deborah Moggach Screenwriter
Roman Osin Cinematographer
Mark Swain Art Director
Paul Tothill Editor
Paul Webster Producer
Jane Austen Source Author
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Pride and Prejudice
1. Chapter 1 [7:08]
2. Chapter 2 [8:50]
3. Chapter 3 [7:21]
4. Chapter 4 [7:36]
5. Chapter 5 [7:49]
6. Chapter 6 [6:51]
7. Chapter 7 [8:49]
8. Chapter 8 [7:44]
9. Chapter 9 [10:26]
10. Chapter 10 [3:38]
11. Chapter 11 [2:00]
12. Chapter 12 [6:37]
13. Chapter 13 [8:32]
14. Chapter 14 [9:40]
15. Chapter 15 [5:49]
16. Chapter 16 [11:00]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Pride and Prejudice
   Scenes
   Bonus Materials
      A Bennet Family Portrait
      Jane Austen, Ahead of Her Time
      Behind-the-Scenes at the Ball
      Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright On/Off
      Pride & Prejudice: HBO First Look
   Languages
      English 5.1
      Español 5.1
      Français 5.1
      Feature Commentary With Director Joe Wright
      English Subtitles for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired
      Español Subtitles
      Français Subtitles
      Subtitles Off
   Play
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Customer Reviews

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    LOVED IT LOVED IT LOVED IT

    What a movie. What a story. What characters. What gifted actors. What wonderful directing. What beautiful muisic. No need to say more except I have seen this movie about 40 times since I rented it when it first came out on DVD when I was in my late 50's. Loved everything about P & P even the extras on the DVD disk. My #1 favorite movie.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Simply THE most romantic movie made, EVAR

    I went to this film alone (no one to heckle me for getting sucked into the romance) and in the mood for escapism, at 7PM. I went back and saw the 10PM show the same day. Ultimately I saw it four times in the theater.

    Either you like this genre, or you don't; you love Jane Austen, or you don't. I do. And I don't hold the good people who put her stories up on the big screen to any particular standard. I really like the Greer Garson version, I like the BBC series. This movie is something else. It's not quite a reinterpretation, but it does add another dimension to the story. That isn't a problem for me -- it's a different medium; I didn't go to the movie to have someone read the book for me. The characters in this movie do not all have perfect hair, are not perfectly beautiful, look like they occasionally get B.O. But you like them. Alot.

    The film resonated with me for days and days; I bought the soundtrack, I re-read the book again (not for the first time).

    Don't be put off by Matthew McFaydden's sterness in the beginning; it's deliberate and by the end of the film I believe that you will agree he was absolutely perfect in the role. It must be hard play that character for people who in large part already know how the story turns out. But he convinced me to hate him like Elizabeth does at the beginning, and to love him like she did at the end.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Mediocre adaptation

    I should start out by saying that I really wanted to like this version of Pride and Prejudice. And I did find things to like: the music is lovely, the costuming is rather well done, and the photography is beautiful. But the film is a stagy melodrama.

    There is almost nothing of Jane Austen there. The language is parsed and pared, words converted whenever possible to their "modern" counterpart---heaven forfend we use "manner" instead of "way"! And there isn't any proper Regency behavior in sight. Since when are young men allowed in rooms with unmarried young ladies in their nightrail? What on earth is Lady Catherine doing at Longbourn in the middle of the night? And why would an avid walker like Miss Elizabeth go outside barefoot in the damp, early morning? She should know better.

    I felt the entire time that I was supposed to be watching a Great Romance but that I was so aware of its Great Romance-ness that I couldn't actually sit back and enjoy it. It was as though the director and the screenwriters were jumping up and down yelling, "Ooh! Ooh! This is an important part!" Every time I was ready to feel something with these characters, I'd be jolted into awareness that they were merely filmed actors.

    I wanted to wince with Elizabeth at Collins' proposal. Instead, all I could think of was that camera zoom on the wildflower in his hand. Why is the flower important, I wonder? I wanted to feel Elizabeth's horror at Darcy's declaration. I wanted to feel Darcy's nervousness and passion. Instead, it was all I could do to keep a grip on what they were shouting at one another. I wanted to feel Elizabeth's regret and awakening to her own vanity and pride, but instead I was left wondering why she's staring at herself in the dark: she hasn't even received Darcy's letter yet. I laughed when Jane's letter was read! Which was their intention. But I don't know why it was their intention! And when Elizabeth seemed deepest in despair, I rolled my eyes. For is despair limited to the English moors? And must there be mist on those moors? And when they declared their love? I wondered why they were in love. I wondered when it had happened. Did I miss it?

    These characters were supposed to have grown and changed. But Elizabeth doesn't seem aware of her own faults, and Darcy seems just as proud and difficult to like as he was in the beginning. The whole ending scene seems awkward and abrupt because it shows an Elizabeth and Darcy we should've seen all along. I know some of this can be traced to the fact that the film is only two hours long, but I've seen impressively complex and emotional stories told in the same amount of time. This one just fails to impress.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Pride & Prejudice

    Excellent rendition of Austin's book. The music alone is spectacular. Knightley and MacFadyen have amazing chemistry. This movie has moved to the top of my all time favorites.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    This Darcy Grows on You

    The first time I saw this movie, I really didn't like Matthew MacFadyen as Mr. Darcy. Visions of Colin Firth danced in my head. But after another read of the book, and seeing this movie a couple more times, MacFadyen's performance actually surpasses Firth's in my opinion. He is actually sexier than Firth, a kind of smoldering passion can be seen in his eyes. Reading the book again, clearly it isn't so much that Elizabeth gets to know the "real" Mr. Darcy, as it is that Darcy himself changes. We really see that change when Elizabeth encounters him at Pemberly. MacFayden shows more vulnerability and deeper passion than Firth did. And Keira Knightley can express so much of what is going on in Elizabeth's mind with the slightest turn of her mouth, or a glance. Yes, the pacing is faster than the 6-hour A&E production, but I didn't find it lacking depth. Plus the cinematography, costumes, and staging make for a more beautiful viewing. Give it a try!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Is pride and prejudice as good as the book?

    It is very seldom that i say a movie is as good as the book but this one surprisingly is. The acting is FANTASTIC! It's my all time favorite movie!

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    bought movie and read book from library

    This has become one of my most favorite movies. The actors portraying Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy are phenomenal. I so love the ending of the movie much better than the book, which is a switch. Usually the book is so much better but in this case for me that was not true. This adaptation is Academy Award worthy. It is so emotional and moving. If you need a good cry just watch Darcy's first proposal. To die for.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Classic storyline, unforgettable performances, Kiera Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen are perfect as Elizabeth and Darcy. A humorously romantic classic with gorgeous backdrops and perfect cast of characters that brings this classic to a new generation

    Love the story, loved this version Keira and Matthew are perfect as the lead performers and the whole cast is perfect in protraying this classic by Jane Austen with a new updated version.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2012

    It seems I'm the only one who Hated Keira Knightley as Elizabeth

    It seems I'm the only one who Hated Keira Knightley as Elizabeth!!! Please treat yourself to any BBC version of Pride & Prejudice, and you will be rewarded with deeper understanding of characters, richer portrayal of the time, and truly more satisfying viewing experience!

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 26, 2012

    my favorite romance movie ever

    my favorite romance movie ever

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 4, 2011

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    This is HORRIBLE

    I cannot believe the positve reviews I have read here. I found about a thousand erros in this film from the first minute of watching it. It starts with Lizzy reading a book outside and she looks dressed more like a servant and not a Daughter of a Gentleman. Then the piano is in the dining room and the house looks like something a poverty stricken family lives in (and the Bennets are NOT that poor) I could go on an on about the mistakes made in this film, but I believe there is a limit on how much you can type on here. In conclusion dont bother watching this, buy the A&E series with Collin Firth. This is a great adaption to the book and the most accurate.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 17, 2011

    movie is as awful as the book is great

    My friend turned to me and said, "I think Jane Austen has climbed out of her grave and is heading toward this movie theater."

    Watch the Colin Firth BBC tv series instead. Now THAT one is worth seeing.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 23, 2010

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    Pretty good

    The movie was very good and I've also read the novel by Jane Austen. The character Kiera Knightlry played, though, was a little harsher than the character in Jane Austen's novel. Other than that, the movie is great.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    I Felt Racked

    I'm a fan of Jane Austen's books and "Pride and Prejudice" is one of my favorite books, but I felt it was ill-served here particularly in comparison to the Colin Firth/Jennifer Ehle adaptation done by the BBC. I do understand such adaptations cannot and even should not be very faithful. Film is a very different medium as the written word, never mind that some things might need to be changed to make Austen work for a modern audience. I certainly noted several additions and changes between the source and Thompson's script for "Sense and Sensibility"--but even the additions seemed to be in Austen's voice and to be in the spirit of the original novel. The Pride and Prejudice adaptation made notable substitutions to lines that didn't need to be changed for a modern audience and were less witty and moving. Other elements were distorted to ill effect, nothing as much as the relationship between Mr and Mrs Bennet and how they skew the father/daughter relationship. In the book and the miniseries it's clear the Bennet marriage is a mismatch--one that acts as a foil for other relationships and makes Mr Bennet's comment to Lizzie in the miniseries that he hopes she would not choose "a partner in life you can't respect" have poignancy and resonance--except in this film the Bennets are happily married! The scene between Lizzie and Darcy towards the end when they come to an understanding falls far short of the mark compared to either the original book or the BBC production--I remember in the theater it drew hisses. I can't recommend this adaptation.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Seriously?! Austen must be spinning in her grave!

    I would have believed it impossible to create a version of Pride and Prejudice completely lacking in humor, but I have to hand it to the makers of this film -- they have accomplished the unfathomable!

    I gave it one star ONLY because you are required to give a rating.

    If one is looking for melodrama and historical inaccuracies, this is the perfect film. For Austen fans, it is nauseating and heartbreaking.

    Keira Knightley's Elizabeth Bennet is a giggling school girl who roams the countryside in her nightshirt. That is, when she's not chasing the pigs out of the parlor or spinning round and round on a swing hanging from a tree in the mudpit that passes for a lawn.

    Matthew McFadyen's Darcy seems lost among a group of flat characters and a surprisingly outgoing and girlish younger sister! In his defence, he seems to have been given very little with which to work. And I do rather like the coat her wears. Still, his Darcy would be much more at home in production of Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights.

    I can't forgive the historical inaccuracies or the literary travesties.

    The best advice I can give viewers is to avoid this production and invest in the infinitely superior 1995 BBC/A&E miniseries.

    Some have argued that it the flaws in the film result from trying to tell the story in two hours. See Emma Thompson's Sense and Sensibility and Ciaran Hindes' Persuasion to see how it can be done.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Overrated.

    When I watched this movie, the first thought that popped into my head was "What was the point of making this movie, when they have already made a perfect version, with perfect actors, a perfect setting a perfect script?" And of course I am nudging towards the Colin Firth version. I'm 16 and I'm a HUGE Jane Austen fan. This movie made me feel like I was watching Jane Eyre because of the random tempestuous thunderstorm, and Wuthering Heights because of the early morning prowling about the moors because neither Elizabeth or Darcy could "sleep". Not that the whole Bronte thing is bad, but this is Austen, and it didn't feel Austen at all. The acting was not that good; Darcy (MacFayden) looked like a piece of cardboard and it looked awkward and weird when you saw him smile for the first time, not warm and fuzzy and "whoa! he's smiling!" like Colin Firth did; Elizabeth (Knightley) was bad, bad, bad. Because Knightley was playing her, she knew of her great beauty and flaunted it, even though she ISN'T supposed to be one! Darcy thought she was "tolerable"?! And she was so skinny, she looked more like a rich, London girl with her fancy hair and clothes that she wore ALL THE TIME, not the middle-class, country girl who loves to read and take walks and be outside all the time. I went into this movie with an open mind, I honestly did, but I was so bored throughout the whole thing. There was no passion; and one minute Elizabeth seemed to hate Darcy and the next she loved him! The ending scene was awkward and sloppy and I hated how they were suddenly the best of friends after no time at all! I know that it was constrained with the time limit, but doesn't that prove something? The magical quality of the book couldn't be captured. There is too much feelings and passion to be conveyed. If you are a huge fan of the book, than please watch the BBC version with Jennifer Ehle and Colin Firth. It's my favorite movie ever.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Pride and Prejudice is a must see for any Jane Austin fan

    I fell in love with this movie after I watched it. The actors are wonderful in their roles and the storyline will grab you and not let go until the end. I have watched this movie so much that I know almost every line. This movie is a true classic.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Love, love, love this movie.

    I had seen this movie before I purchased it. It's a movie you must own because the story is a classic.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Best Pride & Prejudice

    The whole family like this movie. I have read the book and this keeps more to the book,than other movies I have seen.We have watched it three times this year.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Jane Austen is brilliant!

    I fell in love with the book first. I was really pleasantly surprised how like the book the movie was. I despise movies that stray too far from the book. This P&P is phenomenal, and so true to Austen's vision. Now, that being said, Keira Knightley is a great actress as we all know. Matthew MacFadyen, too, is a wonderful actor as well as so very easy on the eyes. =) I think the casting was brilliant. A must see for Austenites!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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