Oh, good, it wasn't just me...<G> The lack of facial hair of any sort was
another thing that struck me as peculiar, now I think about it - but that
just isn't the Romantized Victorian Bram Stoker Vampire Look, is it?
And how in the world did they manage to make a life so full of incident
turn out so boring? Sigh.....
who can hardly wait to see what atrocities are committed in "Attila".....
> someone wrote:
> > http://www.usa-network.com/movies/darkprince/
> > Anyone watch(ing) this on USA?
> > The costuming looks very good!
> > Is the costuming authenthic?
> It was atrocious and abominable.
> The costumes ranged from generic medieval fantasy to so-so to mostly
massively bogus. The
> history was extremely questionable. Oh, God. I was rather pleased at first
with the idea of
> the film, then as it unfolded it I watched it as I would a road accident.
I wanted to, but
> I couldn't turn away.
> I felt so unclean afterward.
> This was late 15th century, the clothing didn't fit, nor did contemporary
> Vlad Tepes even make them want to fix things (I was looking for the
> cap and mustache. Didn't see 'em.)
> who wrote a paper on Vlad Tepes at seminary
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