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It's A Sin - the WEEKLY C4 thread
C4 / Russell T Davies 80s AIDS drama
#21
(24-01-2021, 05:29 PM)jumbler Wrote: Once a week. Just like the 1980s. LOL

And why is that so funny? What is wrong with watching something weekly rather than having to have everything NOW?
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#22
Because, quite frankly, folks have moved on a bit. That’s probably down to viewing habits. Linear programming (sit down, watch whatever’s on tonight) has gone out of the window. Streaming is in.

It’s not a complete criticism, but there are times when it gets silly (like when iPlayer first runs are only uploaded once a week). Some things are better left behind in the 80s (like phoning people on landlines, sending postcards instead of texts and so on).

And my personal view is, a performance doesn’t become real to me, unless it’s watched? I can read the script, but it’s a pile of prose. It doesn’t convey emotional meanings, body language, gestures and so on.

I never believe it, until I’ve seen it.

Then again, my imagination is poor. I don’t read fictional books. I’m a much more visual person.
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#23
Jumbler likes to watch on and then post spoilers to ruin people's enjoyment.
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#24
(24-01-2021, 08:45 PM)jumbler Wrote: Because, quite frankly, folks have moved on a bit. That’s probably down to viewing habits. Linear programming (sit down, watch whatever’s on tonight) has gone out of the window. Streaming is in.

It’s not a complete criticism, but there are times when it gets silly (like when iPlayer first runs are only uploaded once a week). Some things are better left behind in the 80s (like phoning people on landlines, sending postcards instead of texts and so on).

And my personal view is, a performance doesn’t become real to me, unless it’s watched? I can read the script, but it’s a pile of prose. It doesn’t convey emotional meanings, body language, gestures and so on.

I never believe it, until I’ve seen it.

Then again, my imagination is poor. I don’t read fictional books. I’m a much more visual person.


I guess that you and I have very different lives. It is not a matter of "quite frankly, folks have moved on a bit". I have never watched anything streaming - I simply do not have the time to watch something for hour after hour. I am too busy and have other things to do.  Nor is it a matter of "[font=Tahoma, Verdana, Arial, sans-serif]watch whatever’s on tonight". I watch a few chosen things for an hour or half an hour and then switch off. Admittedly a football match lasts longer. Maybe one day I will have time to sit and watch for hours but right now I am otherwise occupied. And when I do have some hours to spend relaxing I exercise, play team sports, garden, play musical instrumentsread - fiction. So, please don't cast me as some out-of-date guy who is stuck in the past[/font]
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#25
My apologies. But I guess we pretty much are at opposites.
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#26
Thanks. No probs, man
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#27
I'm the same.

I don't see the issue with waiting a week for the next episode.

Bloody yoof of today. Everything has to be instant.
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#28
Do you have notifications on your phone off?? Does your phone even have notifications?? Tongue
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#29
This was excellent. It is exactly how it was. For a while, it dominated being gay. Thank God it does not now.
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#30
I was in the top class of Primary School when it first broke out.

I always remember one of my mates telling me it stood for 'Arse Injected Death Sentence', which I thought was so brilliant I told my mum. And got a clip round the ear LOL
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#31
I watched the first episode again last night and can’t wait for episode 2 tonight. I think that watching one episode per week gives something to look forward to on a Friday night given we can’t go out right now.
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#32
(29-01-2021, 01:20 PM)deegee178 Wrote: I watched the first episode again last night and can’t wait for episode 2 tonight. I think that watching one episode per week gives something to look forward to on a Friday night given we can’t go out right now.

Agree totally!
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#33
This has to be the drama for LGBT History month. [Image: lgbt-gay-bisexual-transgender-lesbian-ra...ide-32.png]
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#34
The La thing is so cringe.
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#35
Well, only if you’re po-faced and straight-laced. Like Ritchie’s Mum. Rolleyes

But if you’re fabulous.... Big Grin
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#36
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#37
Who doesn’t love a ride from a straightie?? Big Grin
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#38
I can’t be the only person wanting to see more of the Les miserables spoof they wrote for this weeks episode?
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#39
Never seen Les Mis in my life. Do we know it’s not a short extract from that??
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#40
Yes. We definitely know it wasn’t... hence my comment.
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