The Tale of Thomas Burberry – Burberry Festive Film 2016

The Tale of Thomas Burberry. 160 years in the creating, a story inspired by the pioneering discoveries of our founder, reimagining important events that have shaped Burberry’s history.

Directed by Academy Award-winner Asif Kapadia and starring Domhnall Gleeson, Sienna Miller, Dominic West and Lily James.

Music: ‘Diminuendo’ performed by Lawless featuring Britt Warner

Kelaniya Rajamaha Viharaya – කැළණිය රජමහා විහාරය
The Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara or Kelaniya Temple is a Buddhist temple in Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, seven miles from Colombo. The Chief Incumbent (Chief Priest) is Venerable Professor Kollupitiye Mahinda Sangharakkhitha Thera.

Buddhists believe the temple to have been hallowed in the course of the third and final pay a visit to of the Buddha to Sri Lanka, eight years after gaining enlightenment. Its history would hence go back to ahead of 500 BCE.

The Mahawansa records that the original Stupa at Kelaniya enshrined a gem-studded throne on which the Buddha sat and preached.

The temple flourished during the Kotte era but much of its land was confiscated for the duration of the Portuguese empire. Below the Dutch empire, however, there had been new gifts of land and beneath the patronage of King Kirthi Sri Rajasingha the temple was rebuilt. It was refurbished in the initial half of the 20th century with the support of Helena Wijewardana.

The temple is also famous for its image of the reclining Buddha and paintings which depict important events in the life of the Buddha, in the history of Buddhism in Sri Lanka, also incidents from the Jataka tales. It is the venue for the Duruthu Maha Perehera procession each January. An 18-foot stone statue of the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara has been erected at the temple.

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The earliest known proof of tattooing goes back to markings found on the mummified human body that was discovered in the Alp Mountains in 1991. 5300 years old Oetzi – The Tyrolean Iceman, the oldest European mummified human, was tattooed. 58 tattoos, which appeared to serve more than a easy decorative function as some of them represent identified pressure or acupuncture points, has been located on his physique. The reality that he was tattooed was not a coincidence and it was probably perfectly typical for individuals of his time to be tattooed.

Ancient Egypt where wall paintings as old as 2000 BC have been suggesting the use of tattoos is nowadays normally accepted as the cradle of tattoo art. Tattoos have been found on a small number of female mummies. The example of this are the mummified remains of a priestess of the goddess Hathor who lived some time between 2160 BC and 1994 BC.

When the Egyptians expanded their empire, the art of tattooing spread to the civilizations of Crete, Greece, Persia, and Arabia. Around 2000 BC it spread to China. The Mayans have been also known to have tattoos, as were the Aztecs and Incas. Tattooing became widespread among Polynesian peoples, and amongst specific tribal groups in the Philippines, Borneo, Africa, North America, and Japan.

The purpose of tattooing varied from culture to culture. The Greeks for example used it for communication among spies. Romans use them to mark criminals and slaves. Tahitian tattoos served as rites of passage, telling the history of the wearer’s life. Tattoos served as symbols of religious and spiritual devotion, decorations for bravery, sexual lures and marks of fertility, pledges of enjoy, amulets and talismans, protection, and so on.

Tattooing was rediscovered by Europeans when they came into contact with Polynesians and American Indians.

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50 thoughts on “The Tale of Thomas Burberry – Burberry Festive Film 2016”

  1. It’s like you feel what the tailor feels for their clothing line.

    (and I still can’t believe it’s an ad)

  2. Beautifully shot. So much depth, detail and story covered in less than 4 minutes. A true reflection of the Burberry aesthetic.

  3. But yes I do also agree with some people here that this should have been made into a feature length film! Especially if it was 160 year’s in the making

  4. I thought this was a trailer lol…I was like "wow I will have to go see this movie, it looks fantastic!!"
    Turns out it’s an ad, but it’s a really, really, really good ad. Incredible work, stunning cinematography.

  5. Oh wow I’m always skipping ads seems like it’s just a waste of space I thought this was a movie I was about to be all geared up and excited wow something good to see and I absolutely love the fashion the men’s coats amazing I’d wear one myself the actor in the movie trailer or commercial I absolutely love his movies

  6. So… you’re telling me this is an advert? NOT AN ACTUAL FILM?! It looks so cool and I would love to see Domhnall Gleeson and Sienna Miller acting against each other in one film. (To be fair, Gleeson always seem to have a good chemistry with whomever playing against him.)

  7. WOW! This is Domhall Gleeson?! I thought it was about Benedict Cumberbatch! Well either one could have played it just as well!

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