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@Ansiri  I used to watch that dance video often; it's so well performed.  Amongst the regulars I've mentioned before I've been watching a YT video that won't allow itself to be embedded; a Russian historical series called Spies.

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I finally binged my way through Carnival Row and Upload, via Amazon Prime.  Looking forward to season 2 of both.

 

 

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I got finished watching Sucker Punch earlier..

I still love that movie like it's the first time I seen it..It's still giving..

I remember though the first time watching it..this was just such a great part..

 

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Won't say anything because the trailer already spoils it enough but its really a cinematographic masterpiece filmed in real locations with a nice story.

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28 minutes ago, Nick0678 said:

Won't say anything because the trailer already spoils it enough but its really a cinematographic masterpiece filmed in real locations with a nice story.

 

Very nice, had not heard of the film.  (Read the Wikipedia entry.)  I like the music in the clip, was also used in Zardoz (Beethoven's 7th symphone, 2nd movement).

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It's a marathon to watch but pretty good overall. 
(if you have any ancient connexion to these cultures). 🤔 
The eastern european wailing in the music gets a little tedious and is incorrect
for this region/time from the little I know?.

Battles? - Gory.
Script? - Ye Olde modernised english lol.
Scenes? - Sensational village recreations. Especially the distance views.
Costuming? - Superb.
Acting? - Very believeable.
Tone? - Very muscly. 🧐 
Score? - Pretty good.

 

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7 hours ago, Maryanne Solo said:

It's a marathon to watch but pretty good overall. 
(if you have any ancient connexion to these cultures). 🤔 
The eastern european wailing in the music gets a little tedious and is incorrect
for this region/time from the little I know?.

Battles? - Gory.
Script? - Ye Olde modernised english lol.
Scenes? - Sensational village recreations. Especially the distance views.
Costuming? - Superb.
Acting? - Very believeable.
Tone? - Very muscly. 🧐 
Score? - Pretty good.

 

Yes, yes, yes!  These are my ancestors so of course I love it but it's also beautiful to look at, and the actors are a great bunch, whose chemistry really shows. Their recent podcasts on that channel are delightful. :) 

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8 hours ago, Maryanne Solo said:

It's a marathon to watch but pretty good overall. 
(if you have any ancient connexion to these cultures). 🤔 
The eastern european wailing in the music gets a little tedious and is incorrect
for this region/time from the little I know?.

Seen it , historically it is loosely based on events (also mixing too many different eras) but as a story it is actually good.

Regarding the costumes,  lets just say.. a bit not authentic for that era. (modern buckles,, fancy knitting's, soft leather scale armors ??.. )

Still a nice series to watch.

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I’m on episode 5 of Indian Matchmaking on Netflix.   It’s a documentary series about a woman who helps facilitate successful marriages.  Some participants are in India, others are in the USA.  It has been really interesting watching- I have no exposure or knowledge to “arranged” marriages, although it’s not really what it is, but there are older couples & the parents of the daters who discuss it It’s also been neat to see the footage in a India.  It’s way more posh than I previously knew-  from watching 90 day Fiancé- the other way- I had a different perception because of where Sumit & Jenny live (& there is an traditional arranged marriage in that show). 
 

 

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