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#BenedictCumberbatch acting: the things this man do to me…*cries in a corner*

#BenedictCumberbatch acting: the things this man do to me…*cries in a corner*

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Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing

Benedict Cumberbatch as Alan Turing

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What if…

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Based on the life of Alan Turing - a mathematician, code-breaker and pioneer of computer science.

In 1938, he began working for a secret British organisation called the Government Code and Cipher School. He helped the government decipher the German Enigma machine. He designed a machine - Bombe - that successfully decrypted the German war codes. In 1945 he was given the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his services.

Post-war he turned his attention to another sort of machine, and in 1949 he developed a body of work that became the basis of artificial intelligence. In 1951 he was named as a fellow of the Royal Society.

In 1952, he was tried and arrested for being a homosexual (then a criminal offence). To avoid prison, he accepted treatment through injections of estrogen for a year that were meant to neutralize his libido. All his security clearances were also withdrawn.

He died in 1954, he committed suicide.

It’s still under discussion whether he committed suicide or was an accident.

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Benedict making another dream come true: “Finally I can photobomb myself!” [x]


Benedict making another dream come true: “Finally I can photobomb myself!” [x]

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Alan Turing

Alan Turing

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Turing was castrated and all people care about is Ben doing a m/m scene

People can be so shallow. The story of Alan Turing is sad, tragic, cruel.

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Anonymous said: What I love about that gifset of Ben playing the different real life people is that, in a way, he's not even recognizable as himself. He literally becomes these people, and there's a different look in his eyes in each one, a different soul per say. His mannerisms change; he is such a fluid actor. It's truly remarkable how effortless it seems for him to transform himself into a different man with a different history than his own, but completely portray that life story.


Exactly! I can’t talk about his acting skills better than you! And that’s the main reason why I made that gifset tbh. Sometimes I look at his projects and it takes me a few seconds to remember that he’s the same man. I usually don’t care when people say he’s ugly or posh or arrogant etc, but I hate when they say he’s a bad actor.

Benedict Cumberbatch acting

Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley in “The Imitation Game” Trailer (x)

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Sometimes it is the people who no one imagines anything of…who do the things that no one can imagine. [x]

Oh my god…

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Benedict as Alan Turing in “The Imitation Game” (x)

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