Patrícia da Fonseca

Patrícia da Fonseca

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Autora de A Casa da Frente. Não há muito o que dizer... Ser/estar feliz é o meu objetivo principal, o que me move.
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Gary Oldman - 'Dracula', 1992 directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Okay im gonna be honest, if Dracula looked like gary oldman in this form, I would prep my neck and willingly give myself to him lol! im sad I know

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Gary Oldman - Bram Stoker's Dracula: a man torn between his emotionally destroyed, eternally damned human side and the monstrous demon that he's become over the years. Fascinating complex and deeply emotional performance from the one and only Gary Oldman.

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But somehow that 1883 photoshoot of Tom always made me think of Gary Oldman’s Dracula. Finally some gifs to prove my point (see link).

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Gary Oldman as Dracula. Another guy not particularly known for his good looks and yet I can't tell you how many women I know who find his role as Dracula utterly & devastatingly sexy.

Bram Stoker's Dracula(1992). Orthodox and Catholic doctrine specifies that a person that commits suicide is condemned to Hell. This view was pontificated in the Middle Ages. It began as an attempt to discourage reckless martyrdom under oppressive persecution in earlier Christian times,but was ruled a "mortal" I.e. unforgivable sin by the Middle Ages when the plague was rampant and religion wanted to keep the death toll to a minimum.

Bram Stoker's Dracula(1992). Orthodox and Catholic doctrine specifies that a person that commits suicide is condemned to Hell. This view was pontificated in the Middle Ages. It began as an attempt to discourage reckless martyrdom under oppressive persecution in earlier Christian times,but was ruled a "mortal" I.e. unforgivable sin by the Middle Ages when the plague was rampant and religion wanted to keep the death toll to a minimum.