Saturday, September 28, 2013

Holding On for Dear Life


Taken September 2, 2013.

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9 comments:

  1. Happy Saturday.

    We binged-watched Broadchurch over two days (watched 5 episodes last night). It was very, very good but very, very sad.

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  2. Happy Saturday to you, too, birthday girl! :)

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  3. Uh-oh, a birthday? I know what you're clinging to!

    From yesterday, Bailar the Blue is a notorious klutz, so he sympathizes with the klutzes here.

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  4. Happy Birthday to you ... Happy Birthday to you ...

    I too finished Broadchurch. Loved the acting. Very sad. Maybe not my favorite show, but done well. I can't figure out how they do a second season.

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    1. In addition to the acting, we thought the cinematography was amazing.

      Yeah, I don't know understand that either -- though I did read that the 2nd season might be some sort of prequel but a prequel to what I have no idea.

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    2. Yes on the cinematography! And at some point I realized that the principal director on the series was Euros Llynn who directed some of my favorite Doctor Who and Torchwood episodes - including Silence in the Library. I've been working on a theory for a while now that the main problem with the Moffat era of Doctor Who is the directors - I think MOffat should pay Euros Llynn any amount of money to come and direct the episodes that he (Moffat ) writes.

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    3. I thought the cinematography was up to Gordon Willis's in Manhattan. And that's my gold standard.

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  5. Thanks for the birthday wishes, everyone. :)

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