After dealing with themes like swimming pools, bath-tubs, bedrooms, food and jewellery in movies, this guessing game introduces a new theme, which I’m so excited about: turntables/record players in movies. If you were born in the 1970s like me, you’ll surely remember the unique fascination these objects had. The rustling sound of the stylus on the vinyl is one of my first childhood memories: my father has always been a huge music aficionado and has been collecting vinyls for part of his life, until they were replaced by cds. I still remember him listening to a Deutsche Grammophon record (this German record label is his favourite ever) of Pëtr Il’ič Čajkovskij’s The Nutcracker and me loving that fantastic music. As a teenager, I started collecting vinyls, too; now I don’t own a record player but I want to get one, sooner or later, so I can play my records (and my father’s, hopefully) again.
I know this game is not easy at all, but my suggestion is to analyze each picture in all its details. Most of the frames are from movies set in the past and I think the style of the record player and the setting can tell you a lot.
If you want to ask me questions, I’ll answer promptly, otherwise you can check back next Monday for clues. On Tuesday evening I’ll publish solution and name of the winner. I hope you’ll enjoy it. Good luck everybody. xoxo ♥
The winner of this game is Alessandro, who was so good to guess 7 pictures right. Let’s face it: identifying the 2nd, 3rd and 9th frames was not easy at all, but he did it, so kudos to him! The second best are Beatrina, Camilla and Cinzia, who guessed 5 pictures right. On the podium there’s place for all those who guessed two pictures right (Anna, Geakaren, Federico, Chiara and Caroline). Thanks everybody for taking part into the game. It’s great to see that you liked it ♥