Steph (normandie_m) wrote,
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Instead of having a ramble about the books I'm reading, or what television shows I'm watching at the moment, I'm making an icon post! 13 BBC!Casanova icons, inspired by a little remark severa made about Casanova after seeing it.



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With apologies to any Rupert Penry-Jones fans re: the last one. ;)

Screencaps made by lovepollution and jeeshee. Brush used on 6 made by teh_indy. Lyrics used: 'Nature Boy', Nat King Cole (and many others); 'Come What May' (Craig Armstrong, I think?); 'Roxanne', The Police; 'Bohemian Like You', the Dandy Warhols; 'All you need is love', The Beatles; 'Children of the Revolution', U2.

I may also post these on tennant_love in the morning if I feel like delurking.



I finally got to watch 'Secret Smile' on the weekend. And I managed to watch the whole thing too, even though I was in dire need of seeing David Tennant play someone more likeable by the end. I noticed in the beginning credits that it was based on a novel by Nikki French. Having read 'Killing Me Softly', I kind of knew what to expect. Tennant played an extremely creepy and nasty character who stalked the lead female and just about destroyed her life and that of her family. I will vouch for Tennant's acting talent, I really did despise him by the end. I don't think I'll be in a hurry to watch it again, but I'm glad I did. 'tis good to see an actor play characters at opposite ends of the spectrum, after all.

At some point, I WILL make a post that concerns something besides David Tennant/tv/books. I promise. I'm getting to that point in the summer break where I'm actually missing the pressure of having assignments to do or exams to study for. At least they put up the textbook lists last week. Very fortunate this semester, I am. Only one book I need to buy (for Roman Society and Civilisation) at this point in time. For the two religion subjects I just need a Catholic NRSV Bible. And as far as Latin goes....it doesn't say on the bookshop website. ;p 'Histories' in its original Latin will be the required text, though. Perhaps I should try tracking down a Loeb edition now...
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