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Ranking 2020 Costume Dramas on Historical Accuracy 

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Chapters:
00:00 - the tiers
2:22 - Little Women
2:47 - Emma
3:05 - Mulan
5:49 - Belgravia
7:00 - The English Game
8:25 - Self Made
10:19 - Miss Scarlet and the Duke
11:36 - The Great
12:50 The Alienist
14:02 - Radioactive
15:46 - A Personal History of David Copperfield
17:13 - Antebellum
18:35 - Enola Holmes
20:12 - The Spanish Princess
20:29 - Ammonite
22:35 - Come Away
23:51 - Bridgerton
24:58 - Jingle Jangle
26:31 - Why Historically Authentic Costume is Actually Kind of Important
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Katie Zimmerman
Katie Zimmerman 9 horas atrás
Watching this video made me miss my college art history classes and want to go get my masters in art history. I think I just love listening to women who are older than me discussing artistic things in great detail.
Rebecca Garcia
Rebecca Garcia 11 horas atrás
Your so inspirational! I love how you share your passions. You make “being yourself” so cool!!!! Your so confident ❤️
Amy Becker
Amy Becker 12 horas atrás
Thank you for "taking one for the team,' so to speak. What an excruciating undrtaking! Imho "historical dramas" should be in the same category as fantasy, and costumed accordingly. Just go all "Nanny McPhee" and be done with it! Adaptations of period literature should be judge as one would judge a docudrama, such as a profile of an historical person: severely. Frankly, these days with the Internet, there is NO excuse in screwing it up! (Don't get me started on "Reign" and "The Tudors"! ) I believe, on the whole, you were quite fair in your assessments.
sallypoe
sallypoe 15 horas atrás
I love when she sighs in dissatisfied 🥰
Anna Aphie
Anna Aphie 18 horas atrás
I was only able to watch a few of the episodes of the first season of the Spanish princess, I went into it to hate on it because I have researched into Tudor times, and I was quite surprised! A few of the dress choices seemed Elizabethan and not very very early 1500s, but I found it sort of easy to ignore it. Margaret Beaufort, while not being a historically accurate character, had a headdress that had the silhouette of an early Gable.
Leire
Leire 22 horas atrás
Ok, I know nothing of costumes but I loved your video. The way you express yourself is really funny and compeling :)
ran ran
ran ran Dia atrás
In France we got a new period drama called Paris Police 1900, which has perfect silhouettes and clothing. Then I watched a behind the scene featurette about the costumes, and it showed a bodice/basque that was also accurate inside... It was flatlined, seams were overcast or binded, it had a waist tape, just perfect Also all the women were wearing corset, and even the men said they were wearing all the proper layers underneath! (Costume designer is Anaïs Romand, she did Portait of a young girl on fire as well as other period films) They also made all the costumes for the extras so they had the same silhouettes and textures
kyuutier
kyuutier Dia atrás
ammonite was based on a real person too, by the way. :) i know you judged some of the others more strictly if they were structured around real historical people, so i was expecting you to mention mary anning!
Julie
Julie Dia atrás
I think you were too nice to Miss Scarlet costumes! I stopped watching it because I couldn't stand the perfect storm of bad hair & makeup, mediocre costuming, and horrid writing!
Karina Montgomery
Karina Montgomery 2 dias atrás
The FIDM had a conversation with the costume designer and the comments were savage *just* around the corsetry, and yes: they were wearing tight laced chemise-free long line corsets. PLEASE ELABORATE.🧐
SoshSpot Games
SoshSpot Games 2 dias atrás
Definitely not a movie released this year, but fantastic wardrobe and hair, plus the story is literally breath-taking (imo)....Tipping the Velvet. (Warning; this is a lesbian movie in case of any lurking -phobes.)
Mad March Cat
Mad March Cat 2 dias atrás
In regards to "The Great" and the excessive level of leather pants for men. I think it's incredibly common practice to put a man we are supposed to find attractive, living before 1780ish, in leather pants, because our modern tastes find men's pants before then, "odd" or unattractive. Looking back I don't think we ever see Peter wearing above the ankle pants. Plenty of other male characters wear short trousers, but the leading man, who is meant to be the most "attractive" does not. I mean in almost every show or movie that takes place during medieval times, the renaissance, or the Tudor period, the leading handsome men wear leather pants because in modern times we see stockings as feminine and "un-manly". The thought process is kind of "How am I, a modern person, with modern tastes, meant to find men in tights sexy?" and sex appeal is everything in the media, they cant have the leading men wear stockings. The closest anything ever comes to having men wear stockings, is films and shows set in the Regency era and some of the 18th century. Apparently below the knee stockings for men are fine, while above the knee stockings are not.
M Nilsson
M Nilsson 3 dias atrás
Mist of these enraged my eyes. Period is difficult and expensive on film. Most of the budget goes elsewhere. This most noticabke in films on the middle ages.
jeric_ synergy
jeric_ synergy 3 dias atrás
Ms. Banner: could you tell me how the titular character's jacket closes in "Miss Scarlet"? It's SO tight it looks like a zipper, but I'm sure it is not.
Tanith Granger
Tanith Granger 4 dias atrás
Even if she is acting enraged, she is still the most wholesome thing I have seen in a long time XD
Nightfury Revenge
Nightfury Revenge 4 dias atrás
The Great should have been, it’s a design choice. It’s about Catherine the Great, who is a real person
Cowshark DeFin
Cowshark DeFin 4 dias atrás
One thing I will say in defense of The Spanish Princess: they made her a redhead. Considering that The Tudors couldn't be arsed to make Henry a ginger, that is big. Also if you compare the secondary characters to their portraits (at least the ones who had contemporary portraits done) it looks like they tried to match their looks as best as they could. Have yet to see the show so can't speak for the rest of it, but this detail made me happy.
Darrin Howard
Darrin Howard 4 dias atrás
Stop having nonsensical blogs and debates about Historical Accuracy and colour blind casting about "FANTASY FICTION" movies, there were no Fire breading Dragons or Dragon princess ever on earth, yet there were in Game of Thrones because it was a "FANTASY FICTION" movie just like BRIDGERTON , if you want Historical Accuracy do not watch "FANTASY FICTION" movies that came from fiction novels or books like Bridgerton, Batman, Superman, Spiderman, Peter Pan, Harry Potter, beauty and the beast, Game of Thrones i think you got my point they are all fantasy fiction movies, watch "A united Kingdom, 12 years of Slavery, the green book, roots, and many other none fictional movies if you looking for Historical Accuracy those are the movies worthy of that kind of debate, SMH
Alaina Bell
Alaina Bell 4 dias atrás
It was at 02:23 that I noticed the Guinea pigs and dresses in the picture frames. I giggled… still giggling 😆
Anna Pijańska
Anna Pijańska 5 dias atrás
Fact about Marie Skłodowska Curie- she didn’t care about fashion because she was mostly focused on her work
Halcyon
Halcyon 5 dias atrás
It'd be interesting to see you react to BBC's Ghosts. It's not a period drama per say, but it's full of characters from different time periods. It's made by the same team behind Horrible Histories, so you know they know what they're doing.
AngelofGrace96
AngelofGrace96 6 dias atrás
I know very little about fashion and clothing but your videos are the perfect mix of entertaining and educational so here I am
Brooke Hunter
Brooke Hunter 6 dias atrás
Could you do pride and prejudice?
Tamara Vazquez
Tamara Vazquez 6 dias atrás
DQ Tatiana: "That was a choice..... choices"
starfish
starfish 6 dias atrás
i cant believe all these period dramas came out just in 2020
Rachael Chambers
Rachael Chambers 7 dias atrás
Was surprised not to see Dickinson!
Riyanka Panja
Riyanka Panja 7 dias atrás
Please review "Anna detective " Costumes.
visions of january
visions of january 7 dias atrás
They definitely should have brought in a Chinese designer for Mulan. As one who has researched Song Dynasty clothing, finding resources in English is incredibly hard. The best resources are all in Chinese and haven't been translated.
Tracey Brown
Tracey Brown 8 dias atrás
Did you see the first season of The Alienist? The women's costume and hair was SO much better. Not sure why it went to pot in season two. :(
M. S.
M. S. 8 dias atrás
In the Alienist, there's a scene where Dakota Fanning is getting undressed - she's not wearing a chemise (or similar garment) between her corset and skin, and it's so tight that it leaves marks on her skin. It really pushes the idea that corsets were instruments of torture.
Ida_vs1 Sandanger
Ida_vs1 Sandanger 9 dias atrás
I hope she has watched Anne with an e!
•Neko maru•
•Neko maru• 9 dias atrás
Who else noticed the guinnea pig framed paintings in the background 👩🏻‍🦲 they are beautiful tbh 🐹
Gwyneth Elodie
Gwyneth Elodie 9 dias atrás
I realize corsets might be a part of history, but given how unhealthy we now know them to be, it isn't surprising that they aren't used by modern actresses. My understanding as well is that corsets were like push-up bras in that not all women wanted to wear them: many women chose not to, so it would make sense the main character from Ammonite would not.
Body Yucks
Body Yucks 9 dias atrás
Would love to hear your thoughts on Bridgerton now, especially the undergarments.
RealLife Kat
RealLife Kat 9 dias atrás
Who's going to tell her about the "period dramas" filmed in the 1970's?
weislang
weislang 9 dias atrás
I really like what you said at the end about what we can learn from historical accuracy, and the opportunity to see something in three dimensions that we usually see in two.
Sarah Carson
Sarah Carson 10 dias atrás
As a history student and just-for-fun historian, I’m so impressed with your range of knowledge on historical dress. I can generally get the gist of trends but not the specifics so it’s so cool seeing your explanations.
jakub laurentowski
jakub laurentowski 10 dias atrás
Everyone else ranking things: 1-10 Bernadette ranking costumes: okay but in diffrent intonations
Liz Straw
Liz Straw 10 dias atrás
Hair drives me crazy, especially when there is photographic evidence. If the costume is okay to good, modern hair is just wrong!
Eleanor Turner
Eleanor Turner 10 dias atrás
If there’s one thing I can’t stand is when directors try to modernise a historical show/movie. I was watching Mary Queen of Scots which had a huge feminist take on it. At first I was like this should be fine, it’s two female monarchs, I can see why. But there were sooooo many inaccuracies because of it.
Rachel Szil
Rachel Szil 10 dias atrás
I am far from a expert when it comes to historical hair, makeup, clothing but watching this made me smile and laugh throughout because it reinforced things I noticed when watching many of these films. It goes to show how important these things are, that to someone so inexperienced they took away from the film
Ben Vanderpool
Ben Vanderpool 11 dias atrás
Bernadette Banner where did you get the blanket you're wrapped up in at the end of the video I want one!
Katherine Hately
Katherine Hately 11 dias atrás
Either I need my eyes tested orrrrrr the camera is out of focus?
Joy Kohlsaat
Joy Kohlsaat 12 dias atrás
Bridgerton is interesting because it’s 100% a choice, but they also went to the trouble of giving us an exact year - 1813.
XOXheartAmy
XOXheartAmy 12 dias atrás
I rewatched a bit of The Greatest Showman after this because your blasphemous category is what made me realise why I'm not fully enamoured with it. The hair, makeup, and even some of the women's dresses just pull me right out of the time period and I was wondering if you might ever include it in a video like this
Nggyunglyd 64209
Nggyunglyd 64209 12 dias atrás
I would love for you to look at the outfits worn by some of the ghosts in BBC's Ghosts, especially considering the creators are most well known for being in a show about history
nanasewdear
nanasewdear 12 dias atrás
You are too young to remember 1960's TV westerns where all the women had bangs and ponytails.
Lao Wombat
Lao Wombat 13 dias atrás
I sort of wondered why, given her disclaimer, that she spent any time on Mulan, rather than just putting up the fine link reference? Another one that goes more into the costumes as well is brdesk.info/like/video/lpmcc9O3jZlnq3g. I suspect that since she made the valiant effort to at least try to research the material (specifically the T'ang dynasty, although one of the criticisms is that the costumes were all over the place in terms of period) that she was sort of "Dammit, I spent all that time on the research and I am NOT going to have it go to waste!"
XOXheartAmy
XOXheartAmy 13 dias atrás
I am like 80% sure some intern on The Great came into work one day and was like "hey so there's this youtuber called Bernadette Banner and if you keep doing the poor-fitting clothes and the half-ponytails she will tear you apart on the internet in front of 1.04 million people..." and they quickly got their acts together also Ammonite was about a real historical figure: Mary Anning discovered the first full Icthyosaur skeleton at the age of eleven, and then the first Plesiosaur at twenty-two, the first pterosaur, and all manner of other fossils including the identification of copralites as fossilised faeces. She wasn't allowed to join the Geological Society because gasp! she was a woman, and she died of cancer a couple of months shy of her forty-eighth birthday. Her life spanned 1799 through 1847 - the blue dress in the film appears to be based on a pre-1842 painting of her.
Lily Thayer
Lily Thayer 14 dias atrás
Would you please do a historical Accuracy check on Anne of Green Gables 1985? The rest of the movies following them also please!
Stacey Robinson
Stacey Robinson 14 dias atrás
Great video! I'm just wondering why you reserve the "design choice" category exclusively for fantasy films? A designer might choose to knowingly veer away from historical accuracy for a whole range of artistic reasons, not only because there's a fantasy element. I'm thinking specifically of Coppola's Marie Antoinette which used intentionally anachronistic details (and music, etc.) to establish a clear connection between the French royal court and modern-day celebrity culture, but that's just one example. Even if a film is about real people or events, the costumes still also serve a larger narrative and there are plenty of potential instances where an artistic decision might trump historical accuracy without veering all the way into fantasy or sci-fi.
Justin Owens
Justin Owens 14 dias atrás
Hi, I watched Antebellum and its not supernatural at all, the premise was that antebellum re-enactors were kidnapping people to keep on their re-enactment plantation. It was all supposed to be real, the mode of story telling was just highlighting the surreal attitudes of White supremacists. And the flash back was really long but it was all based in modern reality, albeit a fictional story.
Out of the Forest
Out of the Forest 14 dias atrás
Could you review the Criterion Collections WAR AND PEACE? It was a sweeping movie that was done by the USSR in the 60s. It allegedly had over 20,000 extras.. and won for best foreign language film in 1966. I am watching it and it is a gorgeous film.. to me.. some of the costumes look ok from a distance. but the fabrics are cheap.. stitching, cheap and detailing cheap.. some dresses are better than others.. some hairstyles.. more accurate than others (But it was a 1960s film and for SOME REASON no one was accurate with hairstyles in any historical drama.. I mean you look at even Hogan's Hero's and all these women from the 1940s had bouffants! wtf? or flips.. LOLOL. BUt it would be interesting to have that in the mix. I HIGHLY recommend watching this film. It is really well done overall.. It is on the CRITERION COLLECTION website...
Jenni K.H.
Jenni K.H. 14 dias atrás
You didn't put Golden age of Elizabeth and Victoria film
Aline Rodrigues
Aline Rodrigues 15 dias atrás
I missed "Anne with an E". Please, make a video about this tv show. I love your videos. Kisses from Brazil 🇧🇷💕
feik off
feik off 15 dias atrás
i’m so angry that radioactive didn’t feature any leg of mutton sleeves. those were my favorite part of the gay 90’s and they didn’t even show them. it would have been so easy to put them on the dresses
Warlocke000
Warlocke000 15 dias atrás
You still get a like, even after beating up on The Alienist. 🕵️‍♀️🕵️‍♂️
Vicki Skywark
Vicki Skywark 15 dias atrás
Having just finished reading George Eliot’s Middlemarch, which I highly recommend, I watched the 1997 Masterpiece Theater miniseries and would love to know your opinion of the costumes, hair and makeup. Please don’t judge the brilliant novel by this terrible dramatization.
Cassandra Lynn
Cassandra Lynn 15 dias atrás
Can you do this every year? I really liked this format. Highly entertaining and I added a couple new films and shows to my watch list.
Hazel dreams Big
Hazel dreams Big 15 dias atrás
You should so do a collab with micera tewers
Genevieve Witham
Genevieve Witham 16 dias atrás
What about Outlander?
juanmiguel abad
juanmiguel abad 16 dias atrás
I had to do a double take on chefs kiss as i heard chefs piss and thought " a chefs urine is the best urine?"
Veronica Escobedo
Veronica Escobedo 16 dias atrás
I love the blouse that you are wearing!!!!!
David Abad
David Abad 18 dias atrás
Bernadette, Bernadette..."based off of"? It's inherent to the meaning of the word "based" that things are based ON other things, not based OFF them.
myna mount
myna mount 18 dias atrás
I love how you explain those clothes. And your voice is sooo appropriate to our ears. I want to hear your opinion on bridgerton season 1. Because it's wrap now. And I learn so much watching this. Great job. Thanks. ^^
Lola Cornelia
Lola Cornelia 18 dias atrás
You should absolutely do queens gambit
Lili1127
Lili1127 19 dias atrás
Shouldn't The Great be It was a design choice instead of Pretty Good? 🤔 As mentioned in the video too, it was full of modern clothes 😀 Besides the modern outfits, Catherine's 18th century gowns were not accurate either. Catherine arrived to Russia in the 1740s, and the Russian court gowns at that time didn't look like anything Catherine wears. The silhouette was different. They had wider necklines and the sleeves were fuller and made of lace, not like those thin sleeves the show's gowns always have. images.app.goo.gl/F6ce9ixHUCkAgLGN8 images.app.goo.gl/ZA5t3NM1pcwVhNNk6 images.app.goo.gl/Uh764e3iEppREvK66 images.app.goo.gl/oTmSEm2X8mJEqucC7 images.app.goo.gl/on4pz73WQpEXCkfUA The gowns in the show seem much later 18th century, when Catherine the Great was already much older. I like the costumes in the show, but surely they are more inaccurate than to be on the 2nd level of accuracy out of 5 levels?
A Person.
A Person. 19 dias atrás
In my opinion, in regards to the Alienist. The male cloths are really damn good, for 1896. I checked and did some personal research of the cloths from, the 1890s and for the males, they got spot of stuff correct. Especially the starch detachable shirt collars. Also the gala/evening wear for Lazlo and Moore were very, very good! But the female cloths were not up to par, but the fabric designs they used. On Sara's dresses were correct, to history. But hey this also won a golden globe for "best costume design" so ok then.
Camille Turgeon
Camille Turgeon 19 dias atrás
A Dark analysis would be interesting... there are so many time periods in that series!
Faith Rudd
Faith Rudd 20 dias atrás
You need to get into Chinese historical dramas. The costumes are amazing. There was a drama a few years back called The Story of Yanxi Palace which had the most incredible costumes, they used traditional embroiderers to create the most elaborate (and, as far as I can tell, incredibly accurate) gowns, and it created a fashion trend in China for featuring some more traditional items or motifs in your dress, similar to the Bridgerton effect here in the west.
Playlist Kween Tv
Playlist Kween Tv 20 dias atrás
What about THE DUCHESS
jolynn White
jolynn White 20 dias atrás
😍👌🏾🌷🦹🏾‍♂️🧕🏿👼🏿
Briana Schmidt
Briana Schmidt 21 dia atrás
I've been seeing the show's name everywhere. Only thing is, I didn't realize it was based on the bridgerton family series by Julia Quinn (one of my favorite book series actually) until I actually watched the first episode and while there are tons of things going on that I don't get (where'd marina Thompson come ftom!? Cause plotline that huge has to be something from a book I haven't read yet. And I can't wait until the Benedict storyarc!🤩🤩🤩🤩
Mariia Makarenko
Mariia Makarenko 21 dia atrás
What about Outlander? Though it is not "new" but every year a new season is released and it is based on a new timespan. There are costumes from the 18th to the 20th century
Laura Orabone
Laura Orabone 21 dia atrás
Okay but can we talk about the guinea pigs please??
M. Goshmer
M. Goshmer 21 dia atrás
started watching because of the content, stayed because of the soft hand gestures
Elissa KNM
Elissa KNM 22 dias atrás
I love your top! I wish you'd sell patterns for your clothe and designs....
Lev Knoblock
Lev Knoblock 22 dias atrás
WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THE GUINEA PIG PICTURES IN THE BACKGROUND
kpfc
kpfc 22 dias atrás
It would be nice if you could try to focus your camera on your face and not on a lamp in the background
Peth K
Peth K 23 dias atrás
The Great is "OCASSIONALLY ACCURATE" so...
TheAngryGoblin
TheAngryGoblin 23 dias atrás
I’d be curious to hear your take on The Murdoch Mysteries. They’re set in the 1890’s and up.
Michael Goron
Michael Goron 23 dias atrás
This is fascinating and I agree with a lot of your conclusions. However, coming from a completely different angle, I'm not sure that any kind of period accuracy can ever be achieved in Anglophone historical drama, as no contemporary actor ever uses the spoken accents that were used in the past. The 'John Adams' mini-series made a few years ago attempted this but was erratic in its choices. So however good the characters look, they rarely actually ever sound right. A working-class Briton from 1830 is normally voiced as a modern British cockney, in order that the audience can 'place' these characters in the social order. The exaggeration of interwar upper-class British speech is rarely attempted because it now sounds affected and rather comic. So is the search for any kind of overall accuracy valid when it can only be achieved in specific areas...?
hannah kate
hannah kate 24 dias atrás
So excited to see a British itv drama on there I feel like some like vanity fair might actually be quite accurate but it’s still really interesting to find out whether or not it’s realistic
Dahlilah Anderson
Dahlilah Anderson 24 dias atrás
You should review Anne with an E
VeganDemon
VeganDemon 24 dias atrás
Can you please do The luminaries? It’s set in New Zealand in the year 1866
Mayuri38
Mayuri38 25 dias atrás
you talked a lot about makeup and hair in this video so I think it would be great if you did a video about what it should look like to be right, as almost all periods dramas seem to be wrong haha x) I'm new to the channel though so maybe there already is a video you did about that. Loving your work anyway, well done, always very interesting! ^^
Allison Bannon
Allison Bannon 25 dias atrás
I would love to hear your opinion on the costumes in Horatio Hornblower: Frogs and Lobsters. There is a LOT of military uniforms of English and French troops as well as a few French civilian outfits from French Revolution era. From my inexperienced eye, they look French Kiss, but that may jist be me! 😂
dcbsmt
dcbsmt 25 dias atrás
Would you consider doing an update on Bridgerton?
the808songbird
the808songbird 25 dias atrás
Tbh I think Mulan 2020 ranks as "so horrible for so many reasons it won't ever even get on the list" Also Xiran Jay Zhao's video on Mulan 2020's historical&cultural relevance is excellent
h K
h K 25 dias atrás
This was great to watch! Very informative, and you have a great presence and speaking voice! Thank you!
Stina Tordsson
Stina Tordsson 26 dias atrás
i definetly think the half up half down ponytail in the great was supposed to be symbolic, a little girl pushed into a country and life she was an alien to, which she had to adjust to quickly. but yaknow, its not historically accurate lol
Sarah Urbino
Sarah Urbino 26 dias atrás
That is ONE of my pet peeves the modern hair, makeup design and hmm..certain personalities in historical dramas. I am NO expert and have NO education but sometimes its so bad that even for us we know its ridiculous! For example the tv show When Calls the heart (serious eye rolls) 🙄
Capri Joy
Capri Joy 26 dias atrás
“And even this... this frickin red dress!” LOL. I can feel the venom.
charlene close
charlene close 27 dias atrás
I love when you end with your guinea pig! Especially when he falls asleep, and you won't move for fear of disturbing him
Dyspracticaly Dyspraxic
The thing that bugged me about bridgerton was the music. That era had so much gorgeous music and they choose fucking seven rings??? Nope nope no no no. I wanted just ONE scene of Queen Charlotte vibing to Bach. Of course I wasnt surprised by the lack of Bach, but I was still disappointed...
Brittney Oleniacz
Brittney Oleniacz 28 dias atrás
Kind of upset that you didn't mention that Ammonite was based on a real life person. Mary Anning is considered the first woman paleontologists and discovered many unknown fossil organism. As an undergrad, I received a pin with Mary Anning on it from a mentor. The pin symbolizes that, despite the men getting more awards and funding, women paleontologists are successful and support one another. Anyone wearing that pin was up for a discussion on what it's like to be a woman in paleontology, the personal sacrifices they've made and willing to give pep talks to aspiring women paleontologists.
Kat Enersen
Kat Enersen 28 dias atrás
I don't think I realized just how well Bernadette knows clothes until I watched this video. Her being able to tell a difference of a couple of years by the shape of the sleeves is like--well, my specialty is 50s-70s American vehicles, and this is like me knowing the difference between a '65 and a '66 C10 by where the badge is. And this woman's knowledge covers far more than 30 years and extends much farther back in history. What a legend.
L V
L V 28 dias atrás
Did you ever watch Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell? I liked their costumes and they looked actually pretty good.
Misuki_Nagashika
Misuki_Nagashika 28 dias atrás
Letter for the king
Lizzy Bragg
Lizzy Bragg 29 dias atrás
You should definitely talk about outlander next time
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