so glad you did. lovely collage. i would spend "5 minutes" with mr. wells anytime!!!!!!!!!!!!!
five YEARS with mr.d'onofrio please!!!great collage, eliza! i am thinking about to use it as screensaver... ah better not! i would lick the screen for hours ;)
Thank you so much for this beautiful collage. Also, does the ice cream scene make anyone else horny? Something about him shoveling the stuff in his mouth while talking over it, makes me crazy.
Mmm..yummmy..5 min. I don't think so that will be enaf for me!!;)))
This is just LOVER-LY.This whole film is now my favourite of Vincent's, because he manages to cram absolutely every single emotion possible into a mere 30 minutes or so, so it's a real FEAST for the eyes. Obviously I love him as Bobby Goren but compared to Orson, Goren's expressions are soooo taciturn. Especially at the moment. I know there is a marked contrast to how an actor uses his or her face on TV compared to film but even allowing for that, Goren is a bit mono-expressive at the moment - either grumpy or frustrated or somewhere in between. :-DVincent's Orson goes the whole hog; everything from FUCKING GORGEOUS cheeky grin to fear to loathing to pain to hysteria to desire to ... oh, he's just fantastic. I adore this actor SO MUCH. Thank you for doing this collage ... you've caught so many of the expressions I was talking about!I like the ice cream scene too ... but my favourite bit is at the beginning when he sits up and starts buttoning his shirt. His SMILE at that point has me in a little puddle of drool.
PS Sorry about the swearing :(And yes, I know I am generalising terribly about Goren's expressions at the moment. There just seems to be such a contrast between him and Orson. That's all I meant, really.
How wonderful. Aren't we lucky? SO many examples of his talent and gorgeousness to last us all a lifetime, and more still to come.
How did I miss this post earlier? That's OK, it was a welcome surprise!!!Fantastic collage. Let's hope the Stealing Stealer doesn't steal it to sell.
Thanks to Vincent, I've just ordered a biography of Welles (I know next to nothing about the man, so I need to read up now), and 'The Third Man', which I KNOW I must have seen but have no memory of. I may have to send our guy my credit card bill (bless him)
Ha ha, I should have known! You couldn't resist capping it, and it's a good thing you didn't :-D
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