Heaven and Earth, Must I remember? And then there was Kenneth Branagh’s Hamlet (1996). I didn’t know 9or remember) who was playing Claudius against Benedict Cumberbatch. He grasped Peter's hands. He also snatched an empty paper bag from the candy store, before crouching next to Peter. Itself to motion, like as it would speak; But even then the morning cock crew loud. So loving to my mother That he might not beteem the winds of heaven Visit her face too roughly. The amazing Paul Hilton gave voice to the “not so wicked uncle” for the BBC; unfortunately I didn’t record the whole play, I have only Act I, but his velvetely harsh voice is ideal for the role. And gradually realising that it really did seem to be a fanfic-based discussion (well, I'm sure it's out there in "literary" circles too! Walter suddenly grasped Peter's face in both hands, and leaned forward until their foreheads touched. Walter couldn't remember ever being so happy. The Mel Gibson one is great, not at all as bad as it might seem As I do live, my honored lord, ’tis true. As Peter and Astrid fell into step behind them on the way out, Walter leaned closer to Olivia, "I must warn you, Peter has a tendency to hyperventilate…". I love the story, so I go back, but I certainly notice it as jarring. Not a bad case as an alternative. His patience and strength seemed to come from an inexhaustible well; Walter was sure that well had run dry following his shooting of Olivia on Bell's ark. *g* I do. And lose your voice. ), A little month, or ere those shoes were old. "Thank you," he rasped, burying his face in the crook of Walter's neck. But I liked him with hair as Sejanus in “I Claudius.” (Jon Stewart is sexy too!). Hyperion to a Satyr. To avoid this, cancel and sign in to YouTube on your computer. Walter placed his hands on Peter's legs to still them. For bearers of this greeting to old Norway, To business with the King more than the scope. I like her because while she always gives us glimpses of the tenderness and affection and deep attachment between the guys, and also their individual vulnerability, she also keeps them indisputably guys - tough and hard and not so good at communicating. How is it that the clouds still hang on you? It's entirely in character; the relationship between the two feels genuine and so amazingly and beautifully intimate, and the story gives insight into Bodie's psyche, in particular, that I find realistic and believable. Yours affectionatel... Facts are stubborn things. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. It's a really nice story, isn't it? It took a lot to awe Walter Bishop. An amusing diversion, the makers at last know their Shakespeare, and find proper quotes from the play to juxtapose each image. And I had to really wrack my brain for what I remembered of the tv show, which my brain did not appreciate. Olivier’s production heavily emphasized the Oedipal aspects of the plot. Hamlet tries to find out who the…, In the hall of the castle, Hamlet tells Horatio how he discovered the king’s plot against him and how he…. 'Don't hit on 16'? Sebastian is my favourite Pros author, but this story isn't one that springs mind when I think of her. Horatio, Barnardo, and Marcellus arrive and tell Hamlet about the Ghost. very unlikely i guess there must be the standard cuts to bring it down to 3h 30 min or so with interval. His Claudius is one of my favourite voices of his repertoire Panty-breaking . And the King’s rouse the heaven shall bruit again. Thanks to Fox and WB for letting us play with their toys; no infringement intended. "Uh… thanks? Heaven and Earth, By what it fed on. Oh wait, really? She also does good smut, by which I mean that it's in character, not cookie-cutter, and gives the reader insight into the characters and their relationship. "I don't think I can do this," he said. Here’s Why. Happy endings and new beginnings-you just KNOW that has to lead to angst for the Bishop Boys! The head is not more native to the heart. So, what I'm arguing above is moot. And with GoT connections too. "Peter!" I’m going to try to convey to you how astoundingly different the Republican Party felt when I was your age. And I with them the third night kept the watch. Hamlet views his late father as a god, in this case, Hyperion, and his view is supported by the comparison of Claudius to the satyr -- a lower being. "But I still want to hear all about your day, dear." In an audience chamber in Elsinore, Claudius, the new king of Denmark, holds court. Gielgud voiced the Ghost, who was projected as a shadow against the wall. You put everyone's well being ahead of your own. I started being reeled in during the scene on stakeout in the parking garage, in the car, but it was the final parts that did it for me. He spent a few days puttering around the lab alone; he missed Astrid, but she was out of the hospital, and on the mend. Laertes (having forced his way in): Where’s my father? By comparison, you hit a hapax in the Iliad about every nine verses, not nearly so often.*. The POV switching irritated the heck out of me. Walter smiled. Post-4.22. He held out his arm to Olivia, who linked hers with it. This gentle and unforced accord of Hamlet, Sits smiling to my heart, in grace whereof, No jocund health that Denmark drinks today. Exactly. Then there’s hope it will find it’s way to one of the on line streaming, download sites, like DT. Which reminds me i need to get my act together and read it again . I know many people in fandom don't care one way or the other about such things [as different POVs in a story}. We're in Doyle's pov then, and could easily have had this thought of Bodie's slipped in later, when in Bodie's pov, to get that particular take on the early scene. I have tickets for one of the cinema broadcasts, so worst case I’ll be able to see that. He saw Peter raise his eyes toward him, confusion written all over his face. In the bedroom confrontation in Act 3, he points to his father’s picture, forcing Gertrude to compare “Hyperion” with the “mildew’d ear” Claudius. If anyone ever wanted to know the impact one person can have on the world, they would just have to meet Peter Bishop. Fie, ’tis a fault to heaven.