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Ala. Codename; “Ladybug”.

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asked by Anonymous
How/where did u watch Kamienie Na Szaniec?

I watched a mediocre version of it online, but it was an un-subtitled version so unless you speak Polish, it probably wouldn’t do you any good. The DVD has yet to come out even in Poland (insert groan here because it’s taking forever), but when it does, rest assured that I’ll be on that like white on rice- and since the cast has taken pictures during dubbing sessions, it’s safe to assume that they’re dubbing it into English.

THE SEASON OF EDEN; 1940

O n the eve of summer, in the year 1940, Hitler invaded the lowlands of France. War was creeping closer to Great Britain’s doorstep.
                             It was during this same summer that the children of three wealthy English families- the Faulteroys, the Demorests, and the Whittemores- were reunited once again at the summer estate where they had once spent so many of their childhood days. 

i. british declaration of war, 1939 - neville chamberlain  ii. song of noonvale - rw collection  iii. always summer - adrian johnson  iv. '81 - joanna newson  v. age old blue - alela diane  vi. arrivale of the birds & transformation - the cinematic orchestra vii. somewhere only we know - lily allen  viii. the forest - mirah  ix. heavy storm - first aid kit  x. that home (extended) - the cinematic orchestra  xi. no one moves, no one gets hurt - bedouin soundclash  xii. open letters - dustin o’halloran  xiii. old money- lana del rey  xiv. the finest hour- max richter

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THE SEASON OF EDEN; 1940

n the eve of summer, in the year 1940, Hitler invaded the lowlands of France. War was creeping closer to Great Britain’s doorstep.

                             It was during this same summer that the children of three wealthy English families- the Faulteroys, the Demorests, and the Whittemores- were reunited once again at the summer estate where they had once spent so many of their childhood days. 

i. british declaration of war, 1939 - neville chamberlain  ii. song of noonvale - rw collection  iii. always summer - adrian johnson  iv. '81 - joanna newson  v. age old blue - alela diane  vi. arrivale of the birds & transformation - the cinematic orchestra vii. somewhere only we know - lily allen  viii. the forest - mirah  ix. heavy storm - first aid kit  x. that home (extended) - the cinematic orchestra  xi. no one moves, no one gets hurt - bedouin soundclash  xii. open letters - dustin o’halloran  xiii. old money- lana del rey  xiv. the finest hour- max richter

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A U S U S

Ausus can have two meanings; to have ventured, or to have dared.

i. don’t fence me in (ft. brie stoner) - daniel johnson | ii. wishing well - the oh hello’s | iii. when I grow up - first aid kit | iv. your move - kris orlowski | v. teenage crime - adrian lux | vi. petrichor - daniel john marsden | vii. big jet plane - angus & julia stone | viii. sun hands - local natives | ix. as tall as cliffs - margot & the nuclear so and so’s | x. something good - alt-j | xi. i am a ghost - the gospel whiskey runners | xii. we are trees - sunset sunrise 

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aususrpg:

A U S U S
Ausus can have two meanings; to have ventured, or to have dared.

i. don’t fence me in (ft. brie stoner) - daniel johnson | ii. wishing well - the oh hello’s | iii. when I grow up - first aid kit | iv. your move - kris orlowski | v. teenage crime - adrian lux | vi. petrichor - daniel john marsden | vii. big jet plane - angus & julia stone | viii. sun hands - local natives | ix. as tall as cliffs - margot & the nuclear so and so’s | x. something good - alt-j | xi. i am a ghost - the gospel whiskey runners | xii. we are trees - sunset sunrise 

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schmendrick-the-magician:

endless list of favorite films: Attack the Block (2011)
”Allow it.

princejoepher:

If you wish to understand what Revolution is, call it Progress; and if you wish to understand what Progress is, call it Tomorrow.”-Les Miserables by Victor Hugo

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