Let the light one in (Nyaung Shwe, Myanmar)
I’m not going to even to try and be nice about this.
You’ve hated me for absolutely ridiculous reasons.
I didn’t like you because I was afraid you were going to hurt my closest friend.
You’re the one who’s making sides. You’re the one who’s being immature. You’re the one who lost all of your friends.
What have I done? I’ve just been there to support my closest friend. I’ve kept my friends. Hell, I even gained some of yours.
I guess that’s all I wanted to say.
Again, that’s so cute. Glad we’re all “adults” here.
Amélie has a strange feeling of absolute harmony. It’s a perfect moment. A soft light, a scent in the air, the quiet murmur of the city. A surge of love, an urge to help mankind overcomes her.
There’s that moment at the front of the film, where it kind of goes from the bar music and then cuts to the intro to “Hand Covers Bruise,” the title sequence. It does cast things in a different light. The bar scene seems familiar, and you’re thinking, maybe it’s that kind of movie. And then to me, when that music starts up, you think, oh, what type of movie is this going to be? - Atticus Ross