And I’m a mess.
How did he manage to talk for 30 minutes about something that has no beginning or end. You have no background of what he’s talking about. But he is so versatile in his movements and voice that you don’t get bored.
Obviously the writer did a lovely job, fitting in between the storyless parts with meaningful existential quotes that make actually make you ponder.
Still, I died a little inside.
I sawr ”My Life In Film” episode 3! And it’s getting better and funnier. Why are the first episodes always kinda…not lame or slow…but I dont know…
It probably has to do with the fact that you’re barely just being introduced to the characters and the way they work together, also with how the show works. Every show/film is it’s own entity and we’re accustomed to the feeling and notion of the past show/film we just saw. And we’re still quite fond of it, and looking for something to replace it.
So I guess, in order to appreciate (mostly a show), you have to be in a comfortable place where you’re quite acquainted with what’s going on and how it’s going through.
Having that said, I can’t really review the show yet.
And I wanted to screencap and gif some parts, but I’m just…aaagh…tired…I need to omegle before sleepy sleep.
Hopefully tomorrow I’ll get to it.
Nice night everyone.
Let’s have dinner!
It’s time for me to NOT DO HOMEWORK, and have a nice night watching ”My life in Film” episode 2. I’m lucky this show is actually cool, that way I get to watch dearest Andrew Scott and a nice story.
I’ll keep an eye out for awesome screenshots or things I can turn into gifs!. :D
So, I downloaded ”My Life In Film”, to submerge myself in some of Andrew Scott’s acting. Like I’ve been doing with the other actors from Sherlock (read here).
In other bits and pieces of roles I’ve seen him in apart from Moriarty, he always seems to have that ”crazy look” and passive-aggressive attitude. I was starting to worry that it was some kind of ”trade mark” feature he couldn’t quit shake off.
But today, after watching the first episode of ‘My life in film’, I got another side of him. His ”crazy-eyes look”, is non existent, his movements aren’t theatrical and exaggerated as usual either.
He actually manages to pull off a humble silly little guy who loves movies.
Now for the show itself, I can’t say much after watching one episode, but I’ll watch more, and I’ll share after.
Also…I made THIS:
After watching Sherlock, after seeing how all the actors delivered such GREAT FUCKING INSPIRING performances, I was curious to see if it was due to good writing, directing, acting or all three.
And also to get some inspiration, see how they work, what movements/voices they change, how unattached to their real selves they are.
In order to appreciate an actor for his/her performances, apart from watching various roles he/she is in, you have to watch interviews to get a glimpse of their natural movements enable to compare them with the ones from the roles.
So far the only one that’s managed to keep himself almost 100% unattached to their roles and turn into a completely different person is Benedict Cumberbatch.
That guy is just amazing! Amazing…AMAZING!