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  1. God, they’re utterly brazen about the affair, aren’t they. I can’t imagine what it must be like for William and Harry knowing this series has been made. I don’t know what’s worse: portraying the truth of things that were said and done, or any creative licence being taken to dramatise their mother’s mental health, unhappiness and slow demise.
  2. I’d almost forgotten one of my favourite things about The Crown. Hans Zimmer. I like the other composers as well. Those two notes of dread in a lot of the scenes with Diana give me chllls.
  3. Just started season 4. I saw the synopsis for episode 1 and I Waiting for it to happen was awful. I’m interested in how much of the Troubles is involved in this series. I wonder how it will show it and what people will take from it. Gillian Anderson makes me wish I could like Thatcher. I have such a crush on her. Anderson, not Thatcher. She was a cunt.
  4. Today I found out that, despite living in Monaco (presumably for convenience), Lewis Hamilton is registered for me and pays tax in the U.K. What a lad. Now I can properly like him.
  5. Whaaaaaaaat a race. Jesus Christ. How did that man win that race. How did he gain over 20 seconds in 10 laps. Insane talent ffs lol. Amazing driving from Seb and Leclerc. Proper chuffed for Seb doing well in the rain like he should, but gutted Leclerc got greedy. But fucking Lando. How many fastest laps was he smashing out there?? It was lap after lap.
  6. This is where I have the problem. All it means is someone gets to decide what they think is likely. One man. One person. And largely based on witness testimony; much of it from Heard herself. Fucking woolly. And regardless if it’s likely he might have shoved her, slapped her, or pushed her over, the terminology it then allows is totally unfair in my opinion. Especially when it’s legal to hit your fucking kids as a form of discipline. “Wife beater” carries an awful stigma. And seeing as he was never found guilty of hitting or harming his wife, it’s ridiculous it’s allowed
  7. You’d like to think so, but the defence lawyers are apparently bemused at the outcome due to the actual evidence available.
  8. He’s never been convicted. She withdrew her allegations and they settled out of court. This is not some blind defence of Depp because I think he’s hot by the way. It’s the fact that he was never convicted of abuse, but a shit rag of a newspaper have won a case based on the opinion of one man, and seemingly ignoring much evidence. It’s a ridiculous way to do things.
  9. Yes. One judge decided The Sun was allowed to call him a wife beater, despite the fact it seems he hasn’t been found to be one yet?
  10. It says something about you as an actor if an 11 year old girl enjoys a program like “As Time Goes By”. Was great stuff.
  11. Has it actually, to date, been proven what domestic abuse happened in that household? In court? Seeing as there are accusations and evidence for abuse from both sides? This was to do with a libel case; Depp was complaining about The Sun calling him a “wife beater”. The domestic abuse is abhorrent, and I don’t even feel perturbed that Depp is out of a franchise I refuse to support any longer. However, The Sun winning anything in court, when it appears there may have been a lot of evidence to the contrary, is fucking shit.
  12. No I didn’t. Anti anything is not how I saw it. I felt it was making light of the subject by using it to entertain people, and to enforce stereotypes. Don’t tell me how I saw something. Why the fuck are you talking to me like you have a right to change my view on something? I don’t care how many “counterpoints” you list; I feel the way I feel. I don’t need you on your high horse thanks. This is exactly why I told you to put me on ignore. I fucking hate the way you speak to me. It makes me feel like shit. For some reason, everything other than your post
  13. I don’t know what this means. I knew nothing about the film until I was watching it and felt more and more uncomfortable as it went on. I didn’t go in with a bias. I didn’t think they were making movies about the war whilst the war was on, and I don’t remember participants of the war being demonised in their local communities. It’s not the same to me. But whatever.
  14. Okay. Put more simply; I think the reason I felt the way I did is because it didn’t seem appropriate to take these issues and turn them into entertainment. But it’s just me I guess.
  15. Um... has anyone else seen this? Really not sure how I feel about this. Horror that focuses on a married couple who seek asylum in the U.K. They lose a young girl in the crossing. There’s racial abuse of black people by black people. Is that a thing? There are scenes of drowned people of colour (presumed more asylum seekers), including children. There are scenes depicting what I can only describe as tribal makeup and dress. No idea if there’s any authenticity to them or if they’re purely a trope. There’s suggestion of entitlement by asylum seekers. It seems full o
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