Are "Enola Holmes" (2020) Costumes Historically Accurate? 

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Karolina Żebrowska
Karolina Żebrowska 3 meses atrás
sorry if it came off as a bit of a roast, it's a sweet movie and the costumes weren't actually bad
The part where she said its a symbol of repression tho, you took it out of context:(( she said "it is a symbol of repression to those WHO ARE FORCED to wear it" and then continues on by saying how she chooses to wear it and how it helps with her stuffing her money in the corset(which someone said that in the books, she put more things and how the corset was a useful thing) they prolly only put the money to symbolize the scenes in the book
Except they messed up the timeline of the costumes💩🤣but IM STILL GONNA LOVE THAT FILM AND THERE AINT ANYONE STOPPING ME HAHAHA
F LozanoLond1995
F LozanoLond1995 3 meses atrás
And the question is , Why does it always has to be historically accurate? At the end of the day is not a documentary. it's just a fictional story. inaccuracies are repeated in many movies. That means the people behind the screen has asked themselves that question and they have gotten to the conclusion that its not a priority for the industry, cause many of those movies with inaccuracies have won prizes for their job. Even Oscars. So...
Alessia Block
Alessia Block 3 meses atrás
@Nicole Stanhope The movie is not set in 1900, even though the Movie showed 1884 at the the beginning of the movie, making it seem she was born that year which might made it confusing. If you look closely at the newspaper Enola was reading about the reform bill when she was at the finishing school you will notice the date 1884 put at the top of the newspaper. Also in 1884 there was a reform bill singed called the Representation of the People Act, which also made me think it was in 1884. If you look up when the movie is set, most sources say it’s set in 1884, including the one yeeaahhzz posted
Bethany Johnson
Bethany Johnson 3 meses atrás
Could you please do a video about the 2015 Far From the Madding Crowd?
Mary H
Mary H 8 horas atrás
I imagine many of the costumes - not on the main characters necessarily - but others- are from costume rental houses. I worked on Hollywood feature films for years - in the art department and used to cringe when these types of videos would come out. We always did the best we could with the money and time we had to create everything... not to mention the influence of the production designer, director and producers. So go easy on the wardrobe department here... and save all of your criticism for Bridgerton... and show no mercy... Lol....
Sariah Harmer
Sariah Harmer 12 horas atrás
"No one cares about the crinolines" I'm dying
z1LeaF Dia atrás
I hope you do historical accuracy for A Discovery of Witches season 2, it takes place in 1590
Zuzkaenka505 2 dias atrás
0:40 in book it's 1888
Armchair warrior
Armchair warrior 3 dias atrás
You should check out "A Discovery of Witches" Season two they travel back in time and have alot of interesting clothes.
Armchair warrior
Armchair warrior 3 dias atrás
I didn't like the whole anti male thing of the show. But I do like the clothing and the actress.
Leila Jaafari
Leila Jaafari 7 dias atrás
U can’t make me review men’s fashions! *snorts* this is what I came for. Lol.
Michelle 7 dias atrás
Im not a scholar but i noticed the variety of decade dress in the room of women meeting, and trying not to spoil the film, but i definitely saw it as the variety, though historically inaccurate- it wouldn't be happening in the same room, was a physical representation of how long women have been fighting.
Christy T
Christy T 8 dias atrás
The rented costumes are more coherent and the custom costumes fail.
plamaytur1842 8 dias atrás
Min. 10:47 she's wearing a Chemise under her corset. Give this Film 10/10 Points on Historical Accuracy!
Ella Mantle
Ella Mantle 9 dias atrás
Why is this video so freaking hilarious. I love this woman.
Tea Wetyšková
Tea Wetyšková 10 dias atrás
Can you review the Alienist? 😊❤
Fabiana Peralta
Fabiana Peralta 11 dias atrás
I would love to have your oppinion in anne with an e please🥺
Gabriela Petráková
Gabriela Petráková 11 dias atrás
I read the book (yes they did book, aand I don't have Netflix) and I think Enolas mom have costumes for her personality not for era. And also in book the boy buy his clothes for not look rich.
Hi There
Hi There 11 dias atrás
Enola Holmes takes place in the year 1900, she is 16 years old in the film and was born in 1884.
Hi There
Hi There 11 dias atrás
Enola Holmes takes place in the year 1900
Austin Low
Austin Low 11 dias atrás
I’m actually pretty sure the film is set in 1900s to late 1910s because the film mentioned the mother was a part of the suffragette movement in the UK? Might be wrong tho
Rohit Æ
Rohit Æ 12 dias atrás
I was very confused mainly because the whole "militant" feminist with the use of miniature bombs occured after around 1900. So I was kinda expecting the clothes to be Edwardian. But then Enola wore that red dress which screamed 19th century (1890s at best) with a neckline that would have at most be appropriate for a woman of age at evening party. That was confusing. Then, the style of the widows weeds was not common in Edwardian times really unless perhaps it was worn by a very old widow. And then Enola wears those loose simple clothes which were definitely Edwardian Middle Class. And I was like. OMG what time period is this happening 1900s or 1890s? I kinda like Helena Carter's outfit and especially her loose hair. It was more historically ambiguous as opposed to historically incorrect. The looseness kinda represents her liberal ideas.
Charlotte Boyles
Charlotte Boyles 13 dias atrás
I think the books are much more historicaly accurate. Side note: she doesn’t wear any boys clothes in the books. She thinks her brothers would be expecting that.
Emma Scholtz
Emma Scholtz 13 dias atrás
Bruh why does she look just like Millie Bobby Brown tho.
merchantfan 14 dias atrás
If the costumes sometimes go around 1880- an 1830 costume on an old lady might not be too bad. One thing I really loved from Mad Men was how they were good about what was in fashion- but not every character was wearing the fashionable thing. Some people had slightly older out of date clothes because they were poor and people who were older or more old fashioned might be favoring styles that looked more like what was in style maybe 10 years ago in their heyday. Look at how many moms spent years trying to get their daughters to buy those really ugly heavy duty round bras- because they were the closet thing to the bullet bras that had been popular when they were young
Lydia S
Lydia S 15 dias atrás
Can you imagine people a hundred years from now making movies that mix in styles from the 1970s, 80s, 90s, early 2000s, and 1800s? Wow.
Annie Shaffer
Annie Shaffer 16 dias atrás
hmm...maybe it's the people with "old ways of thinking" that are wearing the older styles. The grandma, the headmistresses....
lils 16 dias atrás
the whimsical reader
the whimsical reader 16 dias atrás
Apparently it’s set in 1884
Tibi Taylor
Tibi Taylor 17 dias atrás
The 1st automobiles were invented around 1885, so late 1880s/early 1890s is a good guess. Older women wore clothes from prior years, but I agree there are glaring inconsistencies here. Would love to see you review the spandex gloves in Bridgerton!
Yumi Yamada
Yumi Yamada 18 dias atrás
Who else thought Karolina shouldve been Enola tho-
Victoria 18 dias atrás
I'm not a fashion historian at all, and even I thought the red dress looked weirdly risque for the time. Also you should do a costume review of the Canadian TV show "Road to Avonlea"!
Kanwal Asad
Kanwal Asad 20 dias atrás
I liked downton abbey ,but would love to hear what do you think about it
Idra Bohm
Idra Bohm 20 dias atrás
I was a fan of the books as a child, and elaborate descriptions of clothing were actually a HUGE part of the series. Enola was meant to be a distinctly feminine detective who solved mysteries in distinctively feminine ways by using her knowlege of the language of flowers, the language of fans, her knowledge of clothing, etc. (as opposed to perpetual bachelor Sherlock). I don't know if this is historically accurate or not, but she makes a distinction between something she calls "tight-lacing" (and something called a spoon corset?) which is painful and oppresive and her regular corset which she uses to hold up her dress(bust enhancer, hip regulator), change people's impression of her age(through modifying her silhouette), and containing her rope/money/knives. Her corset even saves her from a garroting (because of a high collar). Enola actually does a lot to establish her various disguises, using false curls, broaches, certain fabrics and cuts, etc. I don't know the exact historical accuracy of the books, but clothing really was an essential piece of the story that I'm sad they didn't get quite right for the movies. Spoilers: There's actually a whole book centered around an old, oddly embroidered crinoline that was used to carry secret messages in the embroidery (during the Crimean war, I believe) and Enola knows that one of her friends is in trouble because she's wearing a sort of new restrictive bell-shaped skirt that doesn't fit with her personality at all. She also talks about clothing in relation to her mother(who was a feminist) and how bicycles and "walking dresses" allowed women more freedom of choice in their apparel.
James Whalen
James Whalen 20 dias atrás
PLEASE review the costumes of Bridgerton!!
The sky Planet
The sky Planet 21 dia atrás
And here I come just to watch people be angry at the lack of hats on the movie and just to find out so so much much more
John Gottschalk
John Gottschalk 22 dias atrás
I'm really new to this side of youtube, and it's very interesting to hear a formalist's view on how fashion in movies should be. I think it would serve you well though to have someone who is thinking more based on thematics as a choice for character design. If you can find a character concept artist to be in dialogue with, I think you could have some pretty interesting discussions, and come up with some interesting solutions to the problems the movies create. The specific character I'm thinking is the head mistress, you say you're confused about her silhouette because it's too straight and not curvy enough, but I can guess a character designer would pick that, as it shows her metaphorical rigidness in perspective. She isn't flexible like Enola or her mother, instead she has a very rigid way of thinking about the world. Anyways, I think if you find a character designer to bounce ideas off with, I think you could have some very interesting dialogue!
John Gottschalk
John Gottschalk 22 dias atrás
I guess what I mean is cocept artists often use shape to specifically distinguish characters from background characters. So the easiest way would be to draw from different eras, rather than putting them all in the same shapes.
Kaitlin J
Kaitlin J 22 dias atrás
i swear movies set past maybe the 20s have like. a general idea of what clothes looked like, in that they have a "fancy dress" and a corset and just fucking RUN with it. like my god gskfdshd like if you're not thinking about them in a historical sense, they're fun, but it really looks like they did the amount of research as like a 7th grader trying to do a report the night before its due sometimes (not talking about this movie specifically i just gdkfhgdhfg)
Dallasthe Boxer
Dallasthe Boxer 24 dias atrás
I like this girl's hairstyle its pretty!
Wendy Z
Wendy Z 25 dias atrás
Actually for the elderly lady at 3:28 makes sense as they didn't buy clothes at the rhythm we do today, sometimes would keep only a couple of dresses for years. Ederly people prefer the style of when they were young. There are many early XXth, XIXth century footages on youtube it's really interesting
Samantha B
Samantha B 26 dias atrás
I love this movie either way 😂
Karie Chaos
Karie Chaos 26 dias atrás
I thought they were purposely going kind of vague on the exact point in time, on purpose. That said, I enjoyed the film as a nice bit of fiction fun.
Artie person guy
Artie person guy 27 dias atrás
16:44 💋⛪ get the Lowood look
Alexandre Moonwell
Alexandre Moonwell 28 dias atrás
The headmistress' silhouette is supposed to be straight, menacing, upright, angular. That's an artistic choice
PerpetualJoy 28 dias atrás
Ooh, could you review the first Pirates of the Caribbean? I know it's old but it was so exciting as a kid and I'd love to know how good/bad Disney did
Jennifer Catherine G
Jennifer Catherine G 28 dias atrás
Can you do downton abbey?? 😍😍
Leslie Kendall
Leslie Kendall 28 dias atrás
Question. The criticism on the older heavy-set women not having the hour glass figures. Do you really think that a large woman would have the hour glass figure even with a corset? I mean I'm older and heavy set and would need hydraulics to achieve that. Just wondering.
Rabbi Spidermann
Rabbi Spidermann 29 dias atrás
But was Enola young enough to have loose hair without being considered a "loose" girl? If I'm understanding right then you might be able to get away with that at 14, but not at 16 where you were basically marriageable age.
Xochitl La Mora
Xochitl La Mora 29 dias atrás
As someone that doesn't know jack shit about historic clothing, this movie felt all over the place
Autumn S
Autumn S 29 dias atrás
The thing with costumes is that people still owned and wore dresses that were 10 or more years behind popular fashion... so... yeh. So long as they aren’t ahead of their time it still fits the era Or mixing too many decades in one dress of course
Humble Softie
Humble Softie Mês atrás
Here’s some information nobody asked for: I cried at the ending of that movie :’)
Nia Mensah
Nia Mensah Mês atrás
This. Is set in the 1860 fyi
Az.E Mês atrás
I dont know why, but when i saw the red dress, I immediately thought of Mariah Reynolds, from Hamilton.
Mona Lisa
Mona Lisa Mês atrás
It is not (and I guess never will be) officially confirmed, but it is estimated that Sherlock Holmes was born in 1859. Specifically, May 22. I've never watched Enola, but that's there for your curiosity.
Isabelle Woltering
Isabelle Woltering Mês atrás
I’m so glad you did this video! Since the clothing in the movie played a big role in the story
Anna Krpatová
Anna Krpatová Mês atrás
Would you consider doing video on or mentioning Queen's Gambit costumes? 🥰🥰 love your videos meme mom
mcmemmo Mês atrás
If you read the book, it says she dresses in only second hand clothes & her mother was big into dress reform.
Morely Mês atrás
Lark rise to Candleford, please! It has clothes of rich and poor and it will be interesting to hear your commentaries on it.
yael wilkoff
yael wilkoff Mês atrás
As Bernadette banner pointed out ,due to the plot point containing the reformation act, the movie is set in 1884.
Stories Mylife
Stories Mylife Mês atrás
Pls do anne with an e
Christian Ureña
Christian Ureña Mês atrás
at the end of the day this movie was garbage
Vonne Alie
Vonne Alie Mês atrás
My biggest problem was how shiny Enola’s morning dress was lol. It should have been dull fabric
Agnessa92 Mês atrás
I think the Headmistress of school is supposed to be stuck in the past both mentally and clothing wise. She doesn't seem like a person who would be wearing latest fashion.
Nicole L
Nicole L Mês atrás
The movie is gonna get smashed by meme mom and I'm scared of it, but dang I love your hair so much. Like. Gosh it's gorgeous
Evy? Mês atrás
I love this movie so much lol
lída růžička
lída růžička Mês atrás
i think the movie's time period given as the 19th century is really the point, similarly to how percy jackson is set "in the early 21st century" - the elements are indeed taken freely from the eras as the designers please, but i think it makes a point as a mainly kids' adventure film to do so
Auralee Engstrom
Auralee Engstrom Mês atrás
Have u done Tim burtons Alice in wonderland?
Mary Mês atrás
you should do annne with an E next
Kasia Lisowski
Kasia Lisowski Mês atrás
Petition For Karolina to be Netfilx's new historical fashion advisor
crystal myth
crystal myth Mês atrás
it's the year 1900. In the montage at the beginning of the movie where she says when she was born, it says 1884, and the movie starts on her 16th birthday.
Izzy Spell
Izzy Spell Mês atrás
I would love to see a video like this about Angelika, the french movie series from the 1960s, set in the mid-17th century. My family loves the movies a lot and there's quite a lot of costumes and learning more about the fashion and accuracy would be so cool. Plus the books are awesome and I am a literal fangirl, would geek out so much.
Izzy Spell
Izzy Spell Mês atrás
All historical movies should just hire Karolina, change my mind
Hannah Tucker
Hannah Tucker Mês atrás
Could you review the queens gambit from Netflix soon? I find the story line so interesting and I've only watched the first episode! It reminds me aloy of a 2015 indie game , Fran Bow. Especially with the dependency of the pills; the orphan child also reminded me of Fran Bow. I was wondering how accurate the costumes and mannerism are in the set time period. Sorry I rambled 😂
Kai Theatre
Kai Theatre Mês atrás
i did the maths so it's supposed to be 1900
Ash ,
Ash , Mês atrás
I figured some of the ladies were wearing older clothes because they were poor and didn't really buy new clothes
Triss Foster
Triss Foster Mês atrás
Okay but the actor for sherlock in the movie tho, they had no right making sherlock that fucking hot
valerie checo
valerie checo Mês atrás
it’s the 1900 cause in the beginning of the movie it shows she was born in 1884 so add 16 and it’s the 1900
Tracy Mês atrás
Roast away
Miew Leng Soo
Miew Leng Soo Mês atrás
to-do list 1、voice actor 2、unique singing anna marie,烟嗓。 3、法律。老司机/情场老手/营销号/暖男/渣男研究 4、not as opinionated as fans get u hassled.blend in? 5、problem solving and how to spotcheck(backwards working ) 6 、math non calculator practice test 7、 figure of speech 8、 emotion loop wheel 9、 percentile ,bases, linear , exponential growth factor.
Zombie CyborgMama
Zombie CyborgMama Mês atrás
Me watching any period film. This is why I dont bother watching them anymore. At least Singing In The Rain had a costume designer that was designing incredibly close to the era that the movie was set, so his liberties with the fashions were pretty complimentary, even if the make up and hair was all over the place
margaux margaux
margaux margaux Mês atrás
I don't know what year it's supposed to be, all I can say to help is that Sherlock is thought to be born in 1854.
SsstAr 22
SsstAr 22 Mês atrás
I think it was a great movie!
corelov Mês atrás
nOt suPpOsEd tO bE
Bennett Cooper
Bennett Cooper Mês atrás
I find the the shop owner's and some of the women's sort of edwardian fashion kind of symbolic as they are sort of revolutionists and feminists so its in a way the costumer's way of telling their story of their sort of efforts for progression, maybe idk.
The majestic Mango
The majestic Mango Mês atrás
steph soppanish
steph soppanish Mês atrás
if you’re not sure what Helena is wearing then thats pretty accurate to who she is lmao
Laura S.T
Laura S.T Mês atrás
So Apparently, Enola Holmes is set in 1884..
Felix Puette
Felix Puette Mês atrás
As I was watching my mind was doing the same. Wait. What time period is this..? Like you said I still enjoyed the plot even if the costumes were sporadic
Pluto Summers
Pluto Summers Mês atrás
time period movies need to hire you to fact check their choices! its so amazing how you notice all of this
Lena Ni
Lena Ni Mês atrás
I don't know much but can someone tell me how realistic it is that both the train and especially the automobile went so fast? It irked me a bit bc I'm pretty sure I've learned they were rather slow back then... Might be wrong tho
Summer Rae
Summer Rae Mês atrás
Enola: Corsets are used as a form of oppression Me: 😠 Enola: for those who are forced to wear them Me: 😀
Lucia Borja
Lucia Borja Mês atrás
Could you do Anne with an E? It's a really great show and I haven't found a video that explains explicitly whether it's accurate or not.
coyotewilson Mês atrás
I have to laugh, my sister and I both non-professional costumers, watched this movie and could not figure out exactly when it was supposed to be taking place. It pleases me that someone with a bit more experience and knowledge came away with the same idea. I decided screw the whole thing and just enjoy the story, so we did. I was stuck in my chair anyway recuperating from a fall (twice) down our stairs. I am fine no real damage done. Must add some thing about the corsets being bad, we see people everyday wearing those back braces when they lift things. Those black polyester things wrap right around and look a lot like a corset to me.
Dina Karimi
Dina Karimi Mês atrás
its possible the ladies are just old and wearing their old clothes especilly the maid?
silsilsilly Mês atrás
Please react to anne with an e costumes :)
S. Nick Zaccaro
S. Nick Zaccaro Mês atrás
How do we request she reviews Orlando 1992?
QueenShireen Mês atrás
I really think this movie was more about adventure/fantasy then about historical accurancy. Stil love this video though. I have not seen the whole movie yet, I love the white dress showed on 2:57 and in the end.
Bálint F.D.
Bálint F.D. 2 meses atrás
8:37 I can't stop laughing at it😂😂😂
Starlight Fancypants
Starlight Fancypants 2 meses atrás
I always thought the point of the red dress with the plunge neckline was to show Enola's ignorance to the ways of the city. Especially since when anyone mentions the dress its always a sideways jab at it. I don't think it was meant to be acceptable at that time either, just that Enola had no clue on daily wear of the time. Because the shop didn't read like a well respected shop to me. More like it was a tacky/gaudy shop that was known for poor taste and maybe catered to a different clientele than the everyday 16 year old.
Sigourney Di Blasi
Sigourney Di Blasi 2 meses atrás
So, 1880 sportsclothes are like peasant cloths plus long pantaloons? That's interesting...
nello jello
nello jello 2 meses atrás
you look like if haru from persona 5 had a midlife crisis
Cae Bliss
Cae Bliss 2 meses atrás
I loved the pink dress, it’s so pretty lol
Sidnea Strelser
Sidnea Strelser 2 meses atrás
I think its really interesting how you point out that teenagers and grown women had different corsets. Maybe her wearing a more rigid corset at first is part of what allowed her to pass for slightly older when she's pretending to be a widow?
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