Vera Brittain’s beloved WWI memoir Testament of Youth is exquisitely realised in this moving and timely adaptation. Mingling innocent charm with dogged persistence, Alicia Vikander is marvellous as the sharply perceptive Vera. Shining brightly, and lingering long in the mind afterwards, are the performances of three rising British stars – Kit Harington, Taron Egerton and Colin Morgan – who do collective justice to the memory of the ordinary heroes they portray. (x)

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englishsnow:

 Kaity Barrett

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 ogino.taro

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-Why do you have to go? Where are you going? What are going to do, just throw your life away like it was nothing? 

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aseaofquotes:

Richard Paul Evans, A Step of Faith

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Richard Paul Evans, A Step of Faith

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Plovdiv, Bulgaria (by pikrpl)

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Plovdiv, Bulgaria (by pikrpl)

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Old master paintings animated [x]

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cool

my new favourite image set

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We have our first clip from ‘Jackie & Ryan’ (previously named ‘Your Right Mind’). In the clip, Ryan (Ben Barnes) croons a riveting, toe-tapping bluegrass variation on the folk song “Railroaders’ Lament” (aka as “500 Miles” made popular by Peter, Paul and Mary) inside a recording studio. Check out the clip in BenBarnesFan.com video Archieves (x)

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It’s not our job to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. It’s our job to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless."
— L.R. Knost

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