October192014
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theladyintweed:

TheLadyInTweed

Les Adventures Extraordinaries d’Adéle Blanc-Sec

Or The Extraordinary Adventures Of Adele Blanc-Sec

This incredible French film, set in Paris in the early 20th century, has mummies come to life and pterodactyls roaming the streets.

It is my new favourite film!

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A Game for a Different Throne [1/2]: Racebent ASOIAF

▶    House Stark
  • Shao Feng Feng as Ned Stark
  • Lin Chi Ling as Catelyn Stark
  • Wallace Huo as Robb Stark
  • Liu Yi Fei as Sansa Stark
  • Xu Jiao as Arya Stark
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sprinkledwithsass:

These are the reasons why I love period movies:

costumes:

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The sweets/food:

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Civility: 

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love story’s:

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And of course the men:

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And of course the women:

(via enchanteddiana)

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"I was somewhat frustrated, I have always loved period dramas and my friends were in these gorgeous-looking Jane Austen adaptations. I would be like, ‘I have all of this training, when will I get a chance to explore that side?’"Gugu Mbatha-Raw.

(Source: brandyalexanders-moved)

Belle 

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weirdvintage:

Walt Disney’s short film from 1946 “The Story of Menstruation”, in part with Kotex.  It was part of a series of scientifically accurate films that Disney produced in 1945-1951 to show in schools.  It is believed to be the first film to ever mention the word “vagina”, but the menstrual flow was depicted as white instead of bloody.  

(Source: youtu.be)

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I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don’t have complete emotions about the present, only about the past. VIRGINIA WOOLF

(Source: stannisbaratheon)

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Endless list of beautiful period dramas:
↳ Pride and Prejudice (2005)

(Source: elizabetbennet)

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let-them-sing:

That’s the best part of the movie LMAO

"WHY ARE YOU LAUGHING AT ME?"

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They were the owners of Macy’s. Their names are Isidor and Ida Straus and their story is quite touching. Raised in the south during the Civil War, Isidor would go on to New York where he would jointly found a store that sold crockery and glassware with his brother.

After becoming extremely wealthy, Isidor married Rosalie Ida Blun, and by all accounts the two were inseparable. When apart they would write letters every single day and tried to always stay in each other’s company. 

Traveling back from a winter in Europe, Isidor and his wife were passengers on the RMS Titanic when, on the night of April 14, 1912, it hit an iceberg. Once it was clear Titanic was sinking, Ida refused to leave Isidor and would not get into a lifeboat without him.

Although Isidor was offered a seat in a lifeboat to accompany Ida, he refused seating while there were still women and children aboard and refused to be made an exception. According to friend and Titanic survivor Colonel Archibald Gracie IV, upon seeing that Ida was refusing to leave her husband, offered to ask a deck officer if Isidor and Ida could both enter a lifeboat together. Isidor was reported to have told Colonel Gracie in a firm tone: “I will not go before the other men”. Ida insisted her newly hired English maid, Ellen Bird, get into lifeboat #8. She gave Ellen her fur coat stating she would not be needing it. Ida is reported to have said, “I will not be separated from my husband. As we have lived, so will we die, together.” Isidor and Ida were last seen on deck arm in arm. Eyewitnesses described the scene as a “most remarkable exhibition of love and devotion.” Both died on April 15 when the ship sank at 2:20 am.

(Source: bellecs)

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make me choose: anon asked: the red wedding or the purple wedding?

War is war, but killing a man at a wedding…

(via winterfellsorrow)

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25 FOLLOWERS AWAY FROM MY NEXT HUNDRED

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mako-licious:

25 away from my very first follow forever!

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FOLLOWER HER!!!!!

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