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(Fangirl Rambling - I made this picture just to remember the film)
So I watched Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, mainly because; I was bored, I was amazed that film got into my country’s cinema at all (only 10 people were watching it with me), because of Benedict Cumberbatch (if he’s not starring it I wouldn’t watch this),
and because there are many men in formal suits in the movie
Anyway this is my favorite scene
cause Benedict Cumberbatch crying is just so pretty.
“If there’s someone else, you can tell me. I’m a grown-up.”
I didn’t know that scene was about him breaking up with his boyfriend. I thought that line was about, him selling Ricki or Smiley or something. I thought that man was his spy-related thing superior.
I feel so stupid*-*
And the fact that at some points in the film I felt so… lost… didn’t help. I should have read some in depth summary (or maybe even the script) first before went to watch it.
But it was a beautiful film. I want to paint something of Budapest next time.
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can someone make a fic based on this please :insertcutekittenface:
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just something i doodled after watching this
make me want to write something about them, but i suck at writing.
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I just watched Andrew Scott’s Sea Wall and it was such a delight.
One thing that I love most about art is when an art can communicate the emotion of the artist to the viewer. I believe that that is the meaning of art, to connect humans with each other.
Andrew Scott acting performance is a perfect example of such art. His expression, voice, even the most subtle gesture perfectly communicate the emotion of the character.
To be honest, I rarely care about an actor, moreover about their acting skill itself. I would even go so far to avoid the actor’s real life coverage and other works if I like the characters they played so much. With Andrew Scott though, it was really different. His acting itself is really enjoyable to me. It was such a treat to see Jim Moriarty in action (esp. the final confrontation in Reichenbach Fall from “Staying Alive!” To “Good luck with that!” is just superb – I love how he shakes his knees, pout a bit when saying “It was easy”…) this guy is just brilliant.
And what’s more surprising to me, is that when I watched Sea Wall, I didn’t remember about Moriarty at all. Alex and Moriarty are two separate existence. maybe it’s just amazing to me, because everytime I see an actor in two movies, I think of the character as the actor themselves, with two different names. But nevertheless it’s the first time thing like this happened to me.
About Sea Wall itself, usually I wouldn’t touch this kind of thing. I mean, 30 minutes monologue? It seems like the type of art that would make me go furious in the end, asking “What the heck is the point of this shiz!?” but no. this film is – honest. The story itself is nothing special. It’s just “something that happens” to people. That’s why it affects so many people, to be able to communicate something ordinary with such a strong emotive expression. – not many film can achieve that.
After watching it for the first time, I don’t feel strong shock emotion like I feel with other emotional movies. But it just seeps there in my mind, with me remembering its bits and pieces every now and then. And before I knew it, I’ve watched it for the nth time.
This film makes me want to create something beautiful, heartwarming, beloved and broken.
SHERLOCK KIDS COSPLAY by Karadin
images copyright Karadin 2011, please do not repost to other sites, thank you.
*edit* I didn’t think I had to add this, but since people have asked, the 13 year old used a non-permanent hair dye at her own request. (in response to the why are they hugging comments) This is a brother and sister pair, the younger boy is on the autism spectrum with adhd, in public spaces he can become overwhelmed, and hand holding and hugs calm him, his older sister loves him very much and takes very good care of him. She says, John and Sherlock are best friends, just like my brother and I.
‘SHERLOCK AND JOHN’ THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR COMMENTS!
and irene adler looks like my bitchy old teacher from elementary school.
whoever choose her make up and hairstyle?
now that i think of it my teacher must have been a dominatrix too.
my god, what a disturbing image…
Sherlock: (Holds John’s head.) ‘John, concentrate! I need you to concentrate. Close your eyes.’
John: ‘No! What? Why? Why? What are you doing?’
Sherlock: (Spins John around in circles.) ‘I need you to maximise your visual memory. Try to picture what you saw. Can you picture it?’
Sherlock: (Continues to spin John around.) ‘Can you remember it?’
John: ‘Yes. Definitely.’
Sherlock: ‘Can you remember the pattern?’
Sherlock: ‘How much can you remember it?’
John: ‘Look, don’t worry—’
Sherlock: ‘Because the average human memory on visual matters is only sixty-two per cent accurate.’
John: ‘Well, don’t worry; I remember all of it.’
John: (Shakes Sherlock’s hands off.) ‘Yeah. Well, at least I would if I could get to my pockets. I took a photograph.’
- Sherlock, ‘The Blind Banker’
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