And what better way to start of Period Drama Week than with a tag? Here are the questions! Make sure you only your answers to the questions during Period Drama Week (September 4 - 10). I came up with 10, and I have five more spots to fill with suggestions.
Update (8/31/11): I will not be taking anymore questions from this point on. Since I got a lot of good suggestions, I've increased the number of questions.
1. How did you get into period dramas?
2. What is it that you like about period dramas?
3. Do you usually read a book and then watch the adaptation or do you watch the adaptation and then read the book?
4. What are your top three period dramas and why?
5. From those three period dramas that you picked, who are your favorite characters in each one?
6. Which author do you like the adaptations of their works best?
7. Which period drama characters are the funniest to you (Keep it under three)?
8. Which period drama characters are the most annoying (Keep it under three)?
9. Which period drama characters are in your top three?
10. When you watch period dramas, what is it that you pay the closest attention to (ie. costuming, scenery, etc.)?
11. Which period drama which you haven't seen yet do you most want to watch? (Suggested by Miss Laurie from Old-Fashioned Charm)
12. Which period drama has the prettiest soundtrack or background music? (Suggested by Miss Laurie from Old-Fashioned Charm)
13. Which period drama has your favourite screenplay/script? Why? (e.g if it is similar to the original text, if there is one, or if it has been improved in some ways) (Suggested by Abby from Newly Impassioned Soul)
14. Do you like having multiple versions of some period dramas? Do some period dramas need a newer version? Or are the older versions better? (Suggested by Abby from Newly Impassioned Soul)
15. "What is the longest period drama you've seen?" (Suggested by Charity U from Austenitis)
16. Who are your favourite actors/actresses from period drama? (Suggested by Maria Grazia from A friendly meeting place to read and discuss anything Austen...)
17. Do you prefer watching a regular-length movie or a more in-depth mini-series? Why? (Suggested by Melody from Regency Delight)
18. What period drama has one of your favorite actors/actresses in it?' (Suggested by Miss Raquel from God's Daughter)
19. Which heroine from which movie was your least favorite? Why? (Suggested by Jen Corkill)
20. Which three period dramas are your least favorite? (Okay, I added in that one, but it was inspired from Jen Corkill's suggestion)
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