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Characters, Quotes & Scenes / Re: why didn,t Ennis let jake stay in the divorce sence?
« Last post by carlgarcia on Mar 05, 2018, 12:03 PM »
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Characters, Quotes & Scenes / Re: When ennis hugs jack from behind ?
« Last post by FlwrChild on Feb 21, 2018, 02:22 PM »
It's such an interesting scene because it encompasses so much of what was pure and loving in their relationship even while highlighting (in the short story, not so much the movie) the aspect of their relationship where Ennis was uncomfortable thinking about loving a man. Holding him from behind like that allowed him to bask in the feel of his partner without having to look directly at him and acknowledge to himself that he was engaged in a purely affectionate, romantic embrace with a man.

As long as he told himself the sex was just 'something that came over them' but they weren't 'queer' he could convince himself their relationship was a legitimate friendship and not a love affair, which he just couldn't wrap his mind around. This was a moment where he allowed himself to let go of that and just relax into the embrace, humming the lullaby and swaying with Jack's movement in a pure gesture of affection and bonding. Small wonder indeed that Jack remembered such an embrace all those years later. These are the seemingly small but immeasurably important moments that shape our lives and our memories, especially once our loved one is no longer with us. 
Characters, Quotes & Scenes / Re: When ennis hugs jack from behind ?
« Last post by williepatterson on Feb 19, 2018, 05:48 AM »
Yes, I think so too. It was a manifestation of his love and care for him and his words, which he then said, were also full of care and emotions
Characters, Quotes & Scenes / Re: Jack and the Foreman, relationship?
« Last post by Thomusnut on Feb 19, 2018, 02:34 AM »
What is the relationship? I really want to know. I hope there is a good story.
All About DVD / Re: Scene selection on the UK Blu-ray
« Last post by joanjenkins on Feb 05, 2018, 06:23 AM »
In this blu-ray there are a lot of interesting scenes. I want to buy it
In Memory of Heath Ledger / Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Last post by christie wood on Jan 26, 2018, 09:15 AM »
There is also a beautiful tribute video to Heath that someone made with this song - that's how I first heard it:

This is a gorgeous song and video.  I'd never heard this song before but the lyrics are so beautiful and sad and definitely made me think of Heath...thanks for posting.  ^f^
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News Coverage, Reviews & Awards / Re: Jake's interview
« Last post by Poyminthida on Jan 26, 2018, 02:43 AM »
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In Memory of Heath Ledger / Re: Heath Ledger - In Loving Memory
« Last post by keren_b on Jan 25, 2018, 03:24 AM »
Christopher Nolan reflects on Heath Ledger’s Joker in The Dark Knight on the 10th anniversary of Heath’s death:

“…He would sort of give me hints about what he was going to do. We would talk about it a bit. And I would try and be an audience for him and sort of engage with him, what he was doing. But a lot of it was about unpredictability, and I think he wanted to play his cards close to the chest. He would very gradually reveal to me the ‘voice’ and the way he was going to do things – but not in one go, like, ‘Here’s the Joker.’

“We watched him sort of develop it, with the wardrobe and the makeup, and I kind of got to be a part of that creative process, which was great fun, but on-set, there were always moments like that clapping or things he would do with his voice. His voice was so unpredictable. He created this bizarre pitch. I’ve seen a lot of people try and imitate it since. But we never quite knew if he was going to go high or if he was going to go low. You never knew what that guy was going to do, and that’s what was terrifying about him.”

“I took huge pride in having been in any way involved with this great performer and his legacy. He was an extraordinary person and an extraordinary actor. And for him to be recognized in that way, I think, was very meaningful for his family and meaningful, I think, for film history. What he contributed, and he contributed in many different ways to film history, but that it be marked in that way, I was very proud to be a part of it.”
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