”It was a beautiful moonlight night, and the lawn in front of the house was silvered over and almost as bright as day. I was standing, rapt in the peaceful beauty of the scene…” -Violet Hunter
so i was just sitting here thinking about hlv and then i realized
in asib we have a confrontation between irene and john in an empty building in which john demands that irene tell sherlock the truth, and says that if irene won’t tell him, john himself will, because he refuses to help irene keep a…
I’ll post something more in depth about your observations later, but I would suggest reading The Copper Beeches while ruminating.
Watch from about 15:00 in this video of the recent Sherlock: Anatomy of a Hit panel from last month (with Mark Gatiss, Steve Moffat, Sue Vertue, Ben Stephenson and Amanda Abbington).
Sue Vertue recalls that they researched audience response to the unaired pilot, and Ben Stephenson, BBC’s Drama…
Maybe- I think, if Sherlock is homosexual or bisexual, they’ll obnoxiously drag the reveal somewhere between the next to last season to the last episode. Also, Asperger’s is being raked through the coals as the source of Sherlock’s “repression”.
"It is my belief, Watson, founded upon my experience, that the lowest and vilest alleys in London do not present a more dreadful record of sin than does the smiling and beautiful countryside." -Sherlock Holmes
"Danger! What danger do you foresee?" -Violet Hunter
The movie, directed by Nick Hurran and written by Melissa Carter and Elisa Bell, is every bit as cynical as Network but at the same time engenders a sweet onscreen romance , although not between the people we anticipate. Certain tricky scenes work well because of the presence of Julianne Nicholson, an actress of fresh charm and uninflected honesty who glowed in a movie named Tully that you should rent immediately. There is nothing false about her, which is very important. - Roger Ebert