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Liberator Chronicles Relisten - 1.2 Solitary
Travisina
I love the way this story builds in tension and mystery. Really well written, and superbly performed. The music and FX are fab, too.
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
trevor travis
It's ages since I've listened to this... I way the way it unfolds. I do remember the big revelation but I won't reveal that yet, because that would be a spoiler.
 
meegat39
@ Travisina and Ellen it's good to hear your memories too. Things were so different back then. We also used to do a 2 and a half day trip through France down to Spain. When we got tired we used to take it in turns to lie on top the luggage in the boot on top of sleeping bags. My dad had an Estate car back then... yes, we were all very lucky to survive!!
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldnít have been made if we hadnít got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
stormypetrel
BradPaula wrote:

stormypetrel wrote:

Ellen York wrote:

Interesting that Vila knows so many old Earth legends. Robin Hood, the Marie Celeste

He likes stories. Heís said so before. So I expect heíd pick them up, somehow.


True, but in the context ot this story, is it Vila's memories from his Grandmother or someone else's memories?

Ah, well...
 
trevor travis
Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.
 
trevor travis
I can imagine Vila having an emergency stash of alcohol secreted away...
 
Travisina
trevor travis wrote:

Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.

It's really good structure - like a two-handed play.
My views are my own.

VILA: I'm entitled to my opinion.
AVON: It is your assumption that we are entitled to it as well that is irritating.


Twitter: @TravisinaB7
 
trevor travis
Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.

It's really good structure - like a two-handed play.


I'm just remembering how complicated Wolf gets Grin Grin
 
trevor travis
And now the big reveal...
 
BradPaula
trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.

It's really good structure - like a two-handed play.


I'm just remembering how complicated Wolf gets Grin Grin


Yes, and how brutal Three is....
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
Ellen York
meegat39 wrote:

@ Travisina and Ellen it's good to hear your memories too. Things were so different back then. We also used to do a 2 and a half day trip through France down to Spain. When we got tired we used to take it in turns to lie on top the luggage in the boot on top of sleeping bags. My dad had an Estate car back then... yes, we were all very lucky to survive!!


Things have changed so much in the last few decades. Some days I feel like the curmudgeon telling the kids to get off my lawn Wink
 
meegat39
I have to confess I have never been able to listen to this enough to really understand what happens. Can anyone help, maybe at the end?
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldnít have been made if we hadnít got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
trevor travis
BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.

It's really good structure - like a two-handed play.


I'm just remembering how complicated Wolf gets Grin Grin


Yes, and how brutal Three is....


Oh, never forgotten that one. Nearly crashed the car the first time I heard the ending of that Wink
 
trevor travis
Now we find out Vila DIDN'T do a lot of those things...
 
stormypetrel
BradPaula wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Travisina wrote:

trevor travis wrote:

Like week was a narration to an unknown party. This week, it's Vila and Nyrron recalling events... like the variation.

It's really good structure - like a two-handed play.


I'm just remembering how complicated Wolf gets Grin Grin


Yes, and how brutal Three is....

I donít think Iíve got that far with the audios
 
trevor travis
This is now going down a Sarcophagus route... that's not a bad thing.
 
BradPaula
meegat39 wrote:

I have to confess I have never been able to listen to this enough to really understand what happens. Can anyone help, maybe at the end?


Alien creatures who are non-corporeal and 'live' in others bodies, hence the many multiple memories this 'Vila' has. I think.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
meegat39
BradPaula wrote:

meegat39 wrote:

I have to confess I have never been able to listen to this enough to really understand what happens. Can anyone help, maybe at the end?


Alien creatures who are non-corporeal and 'live' in others bodies, hence the many multiple memories this 'Vila' has. I think.


Thank you. I need to listen to it properly one day when I am not also posting on a forum. I think it needs your full attention at least once.
GARETH THOMAS: Paul is a very generous man, as a human being and as an actor. The programme couldnít have been made if we hadnít got on. Our working relationship was magic.
 
trevor travis
I wonder if the gestalt thing actually looks like Vila, as well as stealing his memories. I get the impression it does.
 
BradPaula
It took me a few listens to figure it out. Vila mentioned his father being the salt of the earth, and smelled that way too, and that did not jive with what we learned of Vila's dad later- played by David Warner. So it had to be someone else's memories.
Zil: Oneness must resist the Host.
 
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