> On that note... Anyone see Quills yet? I almost got it,
> but wasn't sure if it would be ok to watch in a house
> with a child, though he's pretty oblivious most of the
Definetly not for children! It was even a bit shocking to
me, not for sexual graphicness but blood and gore
graphicness. Interesting film all the same.
The bodice on the front was nice... though rather
> late and I do believe out of period... Any good period
> movies with nice garb in them?? I've got Rob Roy (I adore
> the bodice and embordery on it (On his wife)),
> Braveheart... Mists and a handful of others, but I don't
> think anything comes close to being overly period in the
> rest of them... ;-) Almost got Princess Bride, so I could
> look at his garb (evil prince dude) and see if any of it
> would appeal or fiance... or if any would even work.
Quills and Roy Roy are both OOP, Braveheart is period but
not well done in the garb department (I mean Panne Velvet
"cotehardies" on the Princess, I am sure they had a better
budget then that!!)
Actually Princess bride has some good garb in it, just not
all from the same period or region, The red dress she rides
in looks like a houpelande,(boy she makes it look sexy) I
believes she wears some Burgundian, Humperdink wears some
fine mens short houps .
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