This is a more traditional TAG video and very different from the stuff I usually do. I hope you enjoy reading this post and if you would like to try this tag, then please go ahead and post the link to the post in the comments, or even just answer whichever questions you like if you don’t want to answer them all.
This is something a bit different from my usual stuff on this ol’ blog. Hope you enjoy reading my answers to this TAG (I found it on youtube) and if you want to take part in it then you are more than welcome to.
This BBC drama is about a British Indian girl, Selma, who is killed by her father when she falls in love with an unsuitable man.
I really enjoyed this version of the famous Charlotte Bronte story. Starring Michael Fassbender and Mia Wasikowska.
This blogpost will contain my thoughts on series 1 of the show, Indian Summers, which is set in the 1930s before India gained independence.
A surprisingly good movie about R.J Mitchell, the designer of the Supermarine Spitfire, and his test-pilot, Geoffrey Crisp.
Australian film about a father, on the run from the law, travelling across Australia with his son. Starring Hugo Weaving.
This is an adaptation of the de Maupassant novel, about the roguish Georges du Roi and his indifferent use of women in Parisian society. Starring George Sanders and a young Angela Lansbury.
A bit of a different film today. A Clint Eastwood directed film about the lives of the men depicted in the famous photograph of the soldiers raising the American flag during the battle of Iwo Jima.
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