Parade's End

Parade's End

  • Director: Susanna White
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, Belgium, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: February 26, 2013
  • Sound mix: Stereo, Dolby SR
  • Aspect ratio: 16:9 HD
  • Also known as: 一戰往事
  • Parade's End is a British TV series directed by Susanna White, starring Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch , Rebecca Hall and others.
    Adapted from the novel of the same name by Ford Madox Ford , the play tells the big joke that fate played on Christopher: a wife who is suitable for a lover becomes a wife, and a wife who is suitable for a wife can only be a lover.

    Details

    • Release date February 26, 2013
    • Filming locations Duncombe Park, Helmsley, North Yorkshire, England, UK
    • Production companies Mammoth Screen, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), Home Box Office (HBO)

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    • By Wade 2022-04-18 09:01:20

      subversion of tradition

      Parade's end can be said to be three levels, which means the end of the queue, which is likened to the end of the war.
      It is also the end of conservative etiquette, Groby's cedar tree is eventually felled, and two pieces of wood are thrown into the flames to burn, symbolizing the end of the tradition, reflected in the protagonist, that is, the cuckold is no longer a cuckold, and takes V as his mistress ; Friendshiply broke off with the previous dwarf, and exchanged a bunch of comrades who...

    • By Brice 2022-04-18 09:01:20

      Gruby's Cedar

      When I just finished watching this drama N years ago, I wrote it while it was still hot. I basically forgot the plot, and I only remember it being very British. Since I haven't posted any articles, I'll post it first
      --------------------------------- ----------------------------The dividing line of the mystery------------------- ----------------------------------------------
      took a whole In the afternoon, I stumbled through "The End of the Queue". But he didn't dare to say that he...

    • By Horace 2022-04-18 09:01:20

      Men's rights and women's rights, who has the final say?

      The wife lived a wild life, spoke loudly, and wanted to lose her temper. Dare to love and dare to hate, there are a lot of lovers, but no one cares. Just care about yourself anyway.

      The man looked shriveled and aggrieved inside. Tradition, etiquette, bound by their own values. He seems to love his wife, but he dares not speak out about her cheating. It's always someone else who thinks more. Many girls will like the male protagonist in this play, probably because his sacrifice and...

    • By Obie 2022-04-18 09:01:20

      Father and slut are a wonderful combination

      Let us uncover the truth, nobility is not "the epitaph of the noble", but the top "lasso".

      Usually aristocratic couples are at best playing their own way and tacitly understanding. Sylvia can do things that are shocking and crying, openly cuckolding her husband, letting her husband raise other people's children, and openly eloping with others in marriage. Chris is right. Her reaction was not just the Holy Father, who could literally take the thorns and head straight for...

    • By Fiona 2022-04-18 09:01:20

      Prosperity is over, where to go?

      Parade's End, for this title, literally translated as "the end of the queue" is not inappropriate, but after reading the whole play, I think the "Parade" here does not mean a queue. The word "Parade" appeared twice in the play. They were the boss of the actor Tiggins. The general asked Tiggins why he didn't divorce her after knowing the truth about Tiggins' wife Sevia's derailment. S replied: "There's something among families of position. Call It parade."

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      • By Filiberto 2022-04-24 07:01:27

        The BBC series, starring the alternative handsome Benedict Cumberbatch, is a bit slow, but the British people's restrained emotions are still touching, and they can't stop, maybe what they don't get is the...

      • By Andreanne 2022-04-24 07:01:27

        How can this film have the tag "love"? Shame on you....

      • By Jean 2022-04-24 07:01:27

        The story, characters, and lines are completely unspoken. The portrayal of characters (especially before the war) is simply outstanding. The quintessential Englishness is fascinating. Beautifully produced BBC dramas are always the best means of promoting British culture. How can someone not love Christopher! But I personally feel that the post-war plot is a bit like I don't know how to wrap it up and have to end it hastily. Four and a half stars. But overall it is better than...

      • By Cassandre 2022-04-23 07:06:22

        I can't even watch three...

      • By Ashleigh 2022-04-23 07:06:22

        roll! blessing! ugly! die! La! Ah! Ah! Love Sylvia! Little San, go away! ! ! The costumes are so beautiful and the plot is not bad, but the ending is so disgusting that it only deserves 2 stars. . . Ah!...

      Movie plot

      The protagonist is Christopher Tietjens ( Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch ), a high-ranking civil servant from England's ancient aristocracy. He meets Sylvia (played by Rebecca Hall ) , a fellow aristocrat and German of German descent, on the train, and is easily captured by her and has a relationship.
      Unexpectedly, Sylvia is not a fuel-efficient lamp. She has been invading the social world for a long time and has countless lovers....
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