Discussion in 'Star Trek: Picard' started by The Old Mixer, Jan 8, 2020.
aaah, yes, I can see it
You know what: I now see it as well! When writing the article, I found the Boudhanath stupa but thought it looked too different. Now, after stretching the image, it's clear that it indeed is that stupa. I will add that to the observations article and give you credit for this. Thanks a lot! :-) :-)
Maybe you can help me with this one as well: What painting is hanging over the mantelpiece in Picard's study?
The painting looks very much like it's inspired by Fernand Léger's "Three Women":
Original painting: https://www.moma.org/collection/works/79078
Women in an Interior
Haha, excellent! Thank you very much! :-) This will be added to the article at EAS.
After reading The Last Best Hope some months back (and recusing myself from giving it a rating because unmitigated tragedy is so utterly outside of my normal taste in literature), it was with great trepidation that I cracked my brand new Picard DVD set.
And all I can say is WOW!
I will note that both of Data's daughters showed a certain "17-jewel-movement" quality to them*, and even if I hadn't caught a spoiler or two about them being Data's daughters, I might have still guessed it before the reveal.
*Who was it that said something to that effect about Rayna Kapec, in TOS:RM? I know I read that phrase somewhere. . .
Remembrance is a really great episode. I recently rewatched it. I really thought Isa Briones did a terrific job playing Dahj and Soji in the first episode.
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