Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
He was so charming as Peter Guillam . I’d wish for more gifs like this , they show quite a lot of details.
Benedict Cumberbatch appearances | Peter Guillam, Tinker tailor Soldier Spy (2011)
There was this naked sadness in the eyes of George, that made Peter always shiver.
It wasn´t really a motion of pleasure, neither of fear.
Peter never could describe it, but got slowly addicted to it, deeply.
Methinks “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” would’ve been a much shorter film if Benedict’s hair had been dark.
Credit for this idea goes to my sister c:
I fucking love this.
There’s a mole, right at the top of The Circus.
.Gary Oldman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Strong, Colin Firth, Ciarán Hinds, David Dencik, Toby Jones and John Hurt in promo of “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy”
Still waiting to see if I’ll ever get tired of this film, or photographs related to it.
Nope. Still ain’t happening.
But that’s the absolute genius of this scene.
One egg for one person.
It conveys the essential solitude and loneliness of George Smiley, by showing him in a situation so mundane and yet so fundamental to daily life: breakfast. Alone.
The Guillam/Smiley moments just kill me, and the book is so awesome and my heart goes
all the time
and instead I should do so many other stuff ; _; damn
Benedict Cumberbatch - b roll footage of Benedict in Tinker Tailor (by romangirl88)
TTSS : George & Peter
Just a little AU thing I’ve got rattling around my head.
That one awkward moment when one of your superiors starts talking about those girls down in registry, the ones with the short skirts and the high heels, and you have to look away because you have no idea how to respond when you’ve always paid more attention to trousers than skirts and all that’s going through your head is, Oh, god, what do I say? Does he know? How could he know? Is it the tie? Or the handkerchief or the shoes or the entire suit—
And you know you’re being paranoid, but you can’t stop. Because there are many secrets you have to keep, but this may be the most important to you.
This post makes me wish even more fervently that they’d kept this scene, in what was already an amazing film.