Sold for a record $17.5 million at the Sundance Film Festival, there were big expectations for the Nat Turner biopic, The Birth of a Nation… 1,604 more words
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**************** LAST MINUTE CHANGE *************** We will show the French version of "FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS” titled ***"MARGUERITE" *** MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 2016 *** We will still get the Stephen Frears version with Meryl Streep when it becomes available.
Paris, 1920s. Marguerite Dumont is a wealthy woman, lover of the music and the opera. She loves to sing for her friends, although she’s not a good singer. 25 more words
Roughly two years ago, I discovered a new series as soon as it’s cover met my eye:
Much to my pleasure, I found that not only are there dozens of ooky-spooky vintage photographs within this book, but the story’s narrative is woven by mentioned photographs – how cool is that? 416 more words
Shall We Dance?: Ballroom Scenes and the use of Romantic Slow-Motion in Almost Every Period Drama, Ever
I have, in my time, been known to indulge in a Period Drama (or hundred) – I just can’t resist that lovely mix of almost fairy tale romanticism, optimism and relatively few real-world Issues. 1,035 more words