Movie Thursday: Four Historic Settings Four Romantic Comedies

1. German Peasants’ War (1524-1525)

Hanna, leader of the Bundschuh movement falls in love with cute Reformist clergyman Roland, together they fight the mean nobles of their county and motivate the peasants with their witty flirting.

2. Moon Landing (1969)

Buzz Aldrin, gets romantic whenever they pass the dark side of the moon, but Neil Armstrong is a tough cookie (“Neil, isn’t that beautiful, you, me, the m…” – **** off!” – “No, I mean…” – “**** OFF!!” – “Did you know that Apollo was the god of sun and light? Isn’t that ironic? At the same time he was the ideal of the beardless, athletic…” – UUAARR! FOUR DAYS! FOUR ******* DAYS!”)

3. Cambodian Khmer Rouge Terror Campaign (1975-1979)

Chanthou is on the run because the Khmer Rouge consider her to be an intellectual for wearing glasses. Fortunately, optician Heng still has some contact lenses lying around. While the prescription values do not match her visual acuity, they get closer during the eyesight test (“How many dead Cambodians can you see in this picture?” – “Ouh, that one’s tough, but the one in the tree seems to be a child.”).

4. Cryogenium (850-635 mya B.C.)

Amoeba . has a crush on amoeba .. . Can it convince it to be its amourba and unite although it is from a conservative family that still practices cell division? (“.” – “..” – “.” – “..” – “.” – “..” – “.” – “..” – “.” – “..” – “.” – “..”)

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Movie Thursday: Four Historic Settings Four Romantic Comedies

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