“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
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“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
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“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
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“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
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“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
Zoom Info

“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
Zoom Info

“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
Zoom Info

“It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.” - Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)
Zoom Info

It broke me up, their performance. The reality of the way they played that sequence was absolutely extraordinary. You can see they almost look at each other but they’re only looking at empty spaces and it seems extraordinary but I think they played that absolutely truthfully. It’s a brilliant piece of work.- Graeme Harper (Episode Director of Doctor Who Series 2: Doomsday)

idon-tevenwantoknow:

THERE’S TIMES WHEN I WANT A RUSTIC CABIN IN THE WOODS AWAY FROM ALL SOCIETYimage

THEN THERE’S TIMES WHEN I WANT A MODERN ASS HOUSE image

THEN I’M LIKE I’LL ACCEPT NOTHING MORE THAN A VICTORIAN MANOR
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THEN I WANT A PENTHOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF NEW YORK
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THEN I WANT ONE OF THOSE HOUSE MADE OUT SHIPPING CONTAINERSimage

THEN I WANT A FRENCH CHATEAUimage

BUT I ALSO WANT A TREE HOUSEimage

AND FALLINGWATER image

AND A LITTLE COTTAGE ON THE OCEANimage

HOUSES ARE SO COOL

intelligentairhead:

Okay but Teddy Lupin performing a one-man show of all the shit that happened to his godfather in school

take a moment and picture this kid switching from red hair to blond to mock himself for being a Weasley three seconds before he changes to Harry to tell himself to stuff it

Imagine the wonder that is the Teddy Lupin one man theatre club