Thursday, February 28, 2019

SKY ORDERS JUNO TEMPLE STARRING MOROCCO PERIOD SET DRAMA LITTLE BIRDS AND LESBIAN 23RD CENTURY SET SF SERIES INTERGALACTIC

  'LITTLE BIRDS'
JUNO TEMPLE TO LEAD MOROCCO SET 1950'S MINI TV SERIES
Juno Temple will star in the six episode series
British Sky has just cast Juno Temple as the lead star of their new period set series LITTLE BIRDS an adaptation of Anais Nin’s infamous collection of erotic short stories. Set in Tangier in 1955, in the famous international zone, one of the last outposts of colonial decadence, it follows troubled American debutante Lucy Savage (Temple) as she faces a culture shock.Thrilled to escape her controlling parents, Savage arrives full of anticipation for her marriage to her English fiancée, Lord Hugo Cavendish Smythe, little knowing that Hugo has already lost his heart to someone else. As Lucy fights to carve out her independence and identity, her life becomes intertwined with Cherifa Lamour (Yumna Marwan), a Moroccan dominatrix who services the diplomats and foreigners of this colourful, bohemian world and Egyptian Aristocrat Adham Abaza (Raphael Acloque) and they all become entangled with some very
Raphael Acloque will lead the male part of the cast
dangerous characters!

LESBIANS IN SPACE 
Sky has also ordered sf series INTERGALACTIC a 23rd century set action packed ten part drama which will follow a crew of fierce female convicts who break free and go on the run. The series follows Ash, a young flight cadet falsely imprisoned before becoming embroiled in an audacious prison break-out with a disparate gang of dynamic women, who fall in love and betray each other.

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  1. They both sound like something I could Like!

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  2. Lesbian renegade convicts in space? MY FAVOURITE KIND! And don't post a photo of the one lame dude in the entire series, Dezzy. WHERE ARE THE LESBO LEADS? Sheesh.

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    1. I knew you'd come-a-knocking, Debs, at the mention of lesbisf :) He is not from that series, geez, but the first one with Juno Temple, the sf one does not have the cast yet :)

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    2. Okay, fine . . . you're off the hook . . . FOR NOW.

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  3. Cute, little actress (June Temple), but the outfit in the picture overshadows her. Quite an intriguing dress!
    Anyway, Tangir, Morocco are not recommended places, certainly not for young, beautiful western girls.

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    1. I thought Morocco was safe compared to Libya or Algers, it isn't?

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  4. So they say.
    By the way, since I've mentioned the intriguing outfit in the picture... Maria Sharapova, the tennis player, wore an intriguing black with stripes outfit at the Oscar After Party, or whatever it was. I was rather impressed by its originality. She was shown with another outfit too, but "it was nothing to write home about".

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    1. From this years Oscars gowns I liked best Michelle Yeoh's and Alexandra Ambrosio's. They were both in my favourite Elie Saab!

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  5. 1950's mini series sounds worth watching. I have been on the hunt for cute retro dresses to wear in Cuba. Since Jason is all about seeing the classic cars there, I'll take the opportunity to wear a 50's style dress and get a few pics in front of the cars.

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    1. in the shape of those Christmas dresses that you and me saw this winter! You need a big ladylike straw hat with a ribbon too, lots of polka dots and headdresses! And Jason needs a Havana hat!

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    2. Definitely! Though we're going in July and it's going to be deathly hot, so thin, lightweight clothes are a must.

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    3. flip flops and floating dresses!

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