premiere of ‘Birdman’ 2014 Venice Film Festival
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Davante Adams and Jeff Janis.
Then the boat turned towards me, and stayed its pace, and floated slowly by within my hand’s reach, yet I durst not handle it. It waded deep, as if it were heavily burdened, and it seemed to me as it passed under my gaze that it was almost filled with clear water, from which came the light; and lapped in the water a warrior lay asleep.
A broken sword was on his knee. I saw many wounds on him. it was Boromir, my brother, dead. I knew his gear, his sword, his beloved face. One thing only I missed: his horn. One thing only I knew not: a fair belt, as it were of linked golden leaves, about his waist.
Boromir! I cried. Where is thy horn? Whither goest thou? O Boromir! But he was gone. The boat turned into the stream and passed glimmering on into the night. Dreamlike it was, and yet no dream, for there was no waking.
"I know I’m not a conventional beauty. You can read a lot of painful things on the Internet, which criticise you aesthetically - but as far as I’m concerned, that’s not what an actress is."
George Weasley and
Q: Was there a part that was particularly painful to write?
A - Walley-Beckett: “…I think the hardest thing to write, if I had to pick, would be the phone call with Walt and Skyler (Anna Gunn). He’s vile. He says these heinous things and it’s hard to know what’s true and what isn’t. But he’s using secret language, really. He’s communicating with Skyler to let her know that he’s trying to protect her and within that conversation she has to come to that understanding. That was very complicated to navigate.
Q: The audience doesn’t realize what he is doing until a ways into the conversation.
A: ”It was because some of what he was saying is true, and then he crosses a line that he has never crossed before with the insult. That’s the tell for Skyler. And then we are privileged to see how saying these things is breaking his heart. It is just destroying him to say these things, and he has to. It was a really interesting strategy.”
Natalie Dormer for Esquire (November 2013)
Eddie Lacy hat appreciation.