Portobello by thefilmchick

 

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  • "Portobello" 05-21-2012
    Mountie Benton Fraser travels to Chicago, followed by the ghost of his father, and works for the Consulate while solving crimes with his brash American partner.
  • Fandom: Due South
    Song: Grey Dusk of Eve (Portobello) by The Rankin Family
    Vidder: thefilmchick
    Length: 3:06 (122MB WMV)
    Program: Sony Vegas
  • Characters/Ships: Fraser

Comments:

  • thefilmchick posted on 28.06. at 11:00
    Back from London! Thanks, Nikki -- glad you liked it and got the spirituality focus of it. The show was more 'Monk'ish in tone (buddy-cop/crime caper), but definitely had some striking moments and scenery!
  • namaste nikki posted on 26.05. at 13:54
    I thought this song worked very well. I have never seen this fandom, but they way you portrayed it was very spiritual!
  • thefilmchick posted on 23.05. at 12:11
    Thanks, Julial! It was a cute show -- not horribly deep or anything, but fun. And Paul Gross is also easy on the eyes, if in a very stereotypically-handsome way.

    The show almost always used Canadian music (they introduced me to Sarah McLachlan maybe two years before she became popular in the US; the scene with the curly-haired woman was set to 'Possession,' and Natalie Merchant of 10,000 Maniacs had 'Carnival' playing on the street scene with the double-decker bus), so I thought it was fitting to use the Nova Scotian Rankin Family anyway. I officially put too much thought into things like that. But I liked the involvement of chants and of Gaelic, so...
  • eloramoon posted on 23.05. at 05:22
    That was cool, Kate! Pretty music and such a cute looking show. I'm surprised I never watched it.
  • thefilmchick posted on 21.05. at 23:21
    ***Automated Message***
    "Portobello" 05-21-2012
    Mountie Benton Fraser travels to Chicago, followed by the ghost of his father, and works for the Consulate while solving crimes with his brash American partner.
    Fandom: Due South
    Song: Grey Dusk of Eve (Portobello) by The Rankin Family
    Vidder: thefilmchick
    Length: 3:06 (122MB WMV)

    Link(s): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6sOv2IsQ-o

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