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Sherlock Holmes & les vampires de Londres #2
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Sep 12, 2010
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Sep 12, 2010 04:54 AM
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Mar 30, 2022
I'm rediscovering this very interesting and not-so-popular scene. The angles of view are very original. The postures are very dynamic, even sensual, like a ballet. In the angle over the face of the second scene, we see discreetly the look of confusion, great art. The way he holds the gloved wrist so feminine is very sensual. This same wrist that we see in impressive shadow in the next image, then deliciously abandoned when he wears it. The posture and the rebellious locks when he gags her are also worth the detour.
Here the English translation DeepL of the first part of the monologue, interesting too (in French in the original):
"She was not suspicious of me. That probably helped. But not as much as the miasma emanating from the dog's remains. It covered the ethereal smell just long enough for me to catch her. If drugs worked on vampires, chloroform must have worked. She was strong. Not enough, however, to break free of the arm lock. Still, I was relieved to see her let go. "