historical movies meme

Botchan’s epic “wut?” faces

Because Botchan’s face expressions are priceless ☻♥

No.1- Elegant “wut?”

No. 2 B**ch please “wut?” 

No.3 Beautiful “wut?”

No.4 Sarcastic “wut?”

No.5 Innocent “wut?” 

No.6 Mind - blowing “wut?”

No.7 Silent- “wut?”

No.8 Error in process “wut?”

No.9 Worried “wut?”

No 10. Kiddo “wut?”

No 11. Gloomy “wut?”

No 12. Resigned “wut?” 

13. Philosophical “wut?”

So which Botchan’s wutt is your fav? XD 


My favourite historical films (4/?)

Mangal Pandey: The Rising (Indian title) or The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey (international title) (released in India on 12 August 2005) is an Indian movie based on the life of Mangal Pandey, an Indian soldier who is known for his role in the Indian Mutiny of 1857.

The film begins in 1857, when India was ruled by the British East India Company. Mangal Pandey (Aamir Khan) is a sepoy, a soldier of Indian origin, in the army of the East India Company. Pandey is fighting in the Anglo-Afghan Wars and saves the life of his British commanding officer, William Gordon (portrayed by Toby Stephens). Gordon is indebted to Pandey and a strong friendship develops between them, transcending both rank and race.


My favourite historical films (3/?)

Vera Drake is a 2004 British drama film written and directed by Mike Leigh, telling the story of a working-class woman in London in 1950 who performs illegal abortions. It won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and it was nominated for three Academy Awards and won three BAFTAs.

In Vera Drake, Leigh incorporated elements of his own childhood. He grew up in north Salford, Lancashire, and experienced a very ordinary but socio-economically mixed life as the son of a doctor and a midwife. In the book The Cinema of Mike Leigh: A Sense of the Real, Leigh said, “I lived in this particular kind of working-class district with some relations living in slightly leafier districts up the road. So there was always a tension, or at least a duality: those two worlds were forever colliding. So you constantly get the one world and its relationship with the other going on in my films”