While I love, love, love Rosamund Pike’s Jane Bennet, and quite like the rest of the cast (except for “Orlando Bloom Lite” Rupert Friend, though that might be scripting), this scene made me nearly stand up in my seat in the nearly empty theater and scream.
Gentlemen did not stroll into ladies bedrooms while they were in bed. Gentlemen did not hang out while a lady was in her nightdress.
To me, it felt like Bingley was bashfully wandering into Jane’s room while she was completely naked.
Now I know that it’s not played or intended that way, but these things matter. If people build their assumptions and emotions about the past based on our representations of them in the media, those representations better be careful and intentional about the accuracy and changes (because I’m not saying you have to sacrifice good storytelling for accuracy - though really, when does that actually get in the way? It might get in the way of making a feelsy money-grabbing piece of slickness, but a great story? I think not).
I also invoke Kate Beaton here: http://www.harkavagrant.com/index.php?id=342 (see the notes on the comic by the author. Though the comic itself is pretty brilliant as well).