Discussion in 'U.K.' started by Candy Gal, Oct 31, 2020.
Sorry to hear about Aunt Vera, my condolences.
You've got a good soul, hang in there compromise!
She was sort of distant, but didn't live far away. We didn't visit even once a year - well, maybe once... at the family reunion. We will miss her face and the way she was. She was from a different time.
Sean Connery defined a different time. & James Bond. He was a remarkable actor and way ahead of the game in his manner. And at the time of "Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade" (VHS), I felt like the really universal character was Sean Connery. He was the draw for me, also because I couldn't wrap my little brain around supporting actor Han Solo starring as Indiana. But I could jibe with Connery. The wit, the vibe, all of that was just so totally on point and easy to absorb. I could relate to Connery's depiction of his character in Indiana Jones even at a young age.
What a badass! RIP
It's bizarre how people want so badly to be part of something. A great one on a nice bright day is to stand in an open area and look up, after a few minutes make a few interesting 'oooh's and aaah's ' you'll always get at least one person asking what you are looking at. You then point up into the sky, "look there, can't you see it?" after a few minutes they always reply 'oh yes, I see it now' done right it's quite funny, you can get a dozen people looking up and then wander quietly off leaving them to it, eventually someone will ask what they are looking at, and nobody actually knows!
Sean Connery: .Dies - 31/10/20
Yes this is very sad..................
= More than One Nation mourns
Rip what a legend
He always came across as such a gentleman. He is missed but always with us in his movies
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