A compilation dedicated to the mesmerizing star of Foyle's War.
Peter finally loses it and then almost immediately regrets it.
Those crazed eyes would scare me, but I’d be too absorbed with his naked chest.
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His eyes seem to be particularly prominent in this scene both at the peak of his anger and at the end when he looks so remorseful.
MK is at the peak of his beauty in this film, and beauty is the only word to describe him here. As much as I love to see him angry, if for nothing else, the shear animation of it, I always squirm a bit in my seat. I think because I would hate to be on the receiving end of it.
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Beauty IS the only word that comes close to describe him…
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His eyes are so outstandingly huge and animated in this scene! Peggy Ashcroft had been so adoringly irritating all through this movie, and surprisingly mild when Peter is attacking her…that little smirk on her face in #11 when he is yelling at her to leave him alone! His deep chagrin at his behavior in the last three gifs are MK at his emotional best.
A knowing smirk — she’s been testing him all along, I think.
I heard this was a hard scene for him to do. He didn’t like having to push her.
He does seem to take great care in holding her steady after the push.
I can understand that about MK.
Had to be rather daunting for a young actor to play opposite Dame Ashcroft.
Yes, but maybe less so after having already shown he was up to the task of playing opposite nobility in No Man’s Land.
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