I was reminded of this episode of 'Dr Who' when I looked through a couple of the upper class images from my last post. When viewing at again, I managed to observe it in a different angle than I have done before. Through this angle I noticed that there are some stunning hidden gems just shouting out. Most of them have become perfect for what I want to do. This episode, 'The Girl in the Fireplace' was writen by Steven Moffat and beautifully directed by Euros Lyn that leads to an amazing storyline and awesome sets. The episode is set in different time periods of Madame de Pompadour's life, 1721-1764, in the centre of paris. The sets are obviously what I'm looking for at this point, and theres a few scenes where the doctor enters the seven year old and the 23 year old version of Madame de Pompadour, here are a few screenshots and descriptions of went through my end at the time of the viewing.
At first I didn't know what I would take from this epsiode, but after viewing it, I realised what an amazing vision this has given me. All the sets, timeline, camera positions, colour pallet and details are all going to come extremely helpful when creating my own scene.