i was searching for this photoset and could never find it so i made it


IAIN DE CAESTECKER - early career

(1999-2003) (12-16 years old)

Pic 1: Billy and Zorba (1999) - short film. I’ve never seen this one. I searched everywhere, couldn’t find it. It took hours just to find this pic. He plays Billy. Found praise on his acting tho :)

Pic 2: The Little Vampire (2000) - film. He plays Nigel, a bully that gets bullied. It’s so funny!

Pic 3-4: Coronation Street (2001-2003) - TV series (more like a soup). 1st pic mine, 2nd I found on the internet. He participated in 20 episodes, playing Adam Barlow (who later was played by another actor I think). I could only find the first episode, so I don’t know much about it. But look how cute he looks!

Pic 5: Monarch of The Glen (2001) - TV series - episode #2.8. He plays Angus ‘Ricky’ MacDonald, a little brat. First crying scene! (that I know of)

no pic: Rockface (2002) - TV series - episode #1.3. This is impossible to find on the internet. Try to search ‘rockface’. You’ll get a lot of rocks. So I never watched this. :(

Pic 6: All Over Brazil (2003) - short film. He plays Stephen, a fan of glam rock. Glam rock is famous for the 80s rock bands where the musicians would dress in a very flashy style, with big boots and tight clothes and make up - they kinda looked like women. ‘Poison’ is one that got very famous. Believe it or not, they made a lot of success with women - they were sex symbols. Go figure. Anyway… he is a glam rock fan, so one day he goes to his sister room and dress like one, put some make up on, and then gets caught by his father. So you understand why many people consider this short to be gay themed, even tho Stephen’s sexuality is not even addressed. Iain does a great job, I love it. The crying scene is so heartbreaking. And those daydream scenes of him in full glam rock outfit is so funny!

Pic 7-10: 16 years of Alcohol (2003) - film. He plays young Frankie. This is where he REALLY shines for the first time, imo. His acting is brilliant. The smallest change in his face says SO MUCH. It’s so intense. I love it. The beginning of the film (after the very 1st scene) is a 17 minutes flashback of Frankie’s childhood, showing why he began to drink. It’s a very touching portrait of a broken home. I have the video on youtube with only Iain scenes, if you wanna watch it! One day I’ll subtitle it and post it here.

They Say You Die Twice

i haven’t been feeling very positive as of late, and right now i really should be working on my schoolwork that has been greatly stressing me out. however, writing this out sort of helped, not much, but it felt great to have a safer outlet for my feelings.

it is sad, just a warning.

inspired by this photoset [x]

The Guardians knew they didn’t have very long.

The event they’d all been dreading for months was near, no matter how long they had tried to prolong it. All four original Guardians had put forth effort to stop it, to help him get believers once more, to spread awareness of his spirit and fun through their own believers…

But he knew it wasn’t going to last.

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