Good work OP, nearly forgot.
Anyone think we'll get Lily James topless this Ep?
Will it include anything to modernize the story? Feminist message perhaps? Something against colonization or racism? I don't trust the British anymore to make any period piece without it.
>It's a Pierre becomes the Fuhrer when the war ends episode
What's next for Classic Dano?
>loving and kind
>rich as fuck
>comes from a noble equestrian family
>would always love you
Still good wife material.
>He marries for looks
You'll end up classicly cucked like Dano
>you'll never have a friend like Pierre
just fuck my shit up senpai
Pretty good so far.
>tfw the Tsar orders you to march into the mist.
>no girl will ever be that excited to dance with you
>ywn have conflicted feelings about two friends falling in love and struggle with your own demons in the process
yeh that was one of my fav part of the books, it's imagery was so vivid for me and I don't even know what Moscow looks like because I've never been there but I could seriously imagine it
Soon, accurate period pieces won't be made unless it directly involves a black or semi-black character, like Belle.
Kind of sucks, I'd love to have a 10 hour long film about Napoleon.
>anons make posts about how good Paul Dano is in something/in general
>other anons make out of its Paul Dano making these posts
>"posting about yourself: classic Paul Dano"
Thankfully /tv/ has at last realised just how classic Paul Dano really is
I really want to like it but there's something missing with the dialogue for me, it feels too simplistic and hamfisted for such a great story
Otherwise it really has exceeded my expectations. The locations, music and battle scenes in particular have been really really good
Belle is kind of legit, because it's based in a true story. But I watched an episode of Beowulf: Return to the Shield lands the other day, the number of black/Asian characters in a fantasy setting ... Blimey ... I'm very left wing and bluepilled, but it was weird.
This. There's a reason it's been hailed as the best novel ever pretty much since it was written (I don't agree; it's not even Tolstoy's best novel). It's really engrossing and quite fun to read, most of the time. Tolstoy's diversions into his philosophy of history get old though, especially towards the end when they take up entire chapters (and most of the character stuff gets resolved, so there's less drama to make up for it), but interesting most of the time with all the history to give the drama context.
turns into cake because Nikolai chose the cake over her
A lot of people are interpreting that ending as Pierre being jealous but that's not what I got from it. I thought that he was genuinely happy for his friend and thought highly of the girl too and of their match but in observing Andrei's huge happiness he was made to reflect on his own unhappiness, perhaps noting the juxtaposition.
Can anyone confirm if that is the case or if that's all bullshit and he was just jealous
Yes I agree, I believe there is a jealousy about the true beaming happiness that his friend has reached since it is the one thing he has been unsuccessfully striving for for many years, the very thing that plagues his restless nights.