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13 May 2015 @ 09:54 am
When noir gets Victorian  
Seems I'm using this as a place to brag and to post Classically Educated updates...  but the reason for that is that life has been hectic, but not in ways that merit any blogging.  No fun new stuff to report, so I'm staying quiet.

On the other hand, I keep updating the other blog with new content - the latest piece is about an Ingrid Bergman film which isn't among her most well-known, but does have a bit of interest to it, in mixing noir and the gaslit streets of London.  You can read it here.

I did write about 250 words onto an SF story, which is nice.
 
 
 
msstacy13msstacy13 on May 13th, 2015 01:16 pm (UTC)
Yeah, Gaslight was interesting but not particularly memorable.

I would guess the London setting and Victorian period were an attempt to get the Sherlock Holmes crowd watching, but that seems not to have worked.
bondo_babondo_ba on May 13th, 2015 01:17 pm (UTC)
Nope, certainly didn't work for me. I love noir, and I love sherlocky-type stuff - the combo is something I can live without, however.