Marion Cotillard by Juergen Teller for W Magazine
When Ennis finds Jack’s and his shirts hanging together in Jack’s childhood closet, Jack has arranged them so that Jack’s blue shirt is visible first and Ennis’ light plaid shirt is tucked inside it.
In the final scene in the film, after Ennis has taken both shirts home to hang them in his own closet, they are reversed, so that Jack’s shirt is inside Ennis’. According to co-screenwriter Diana Ossana, switching the order of the shirts was Heath Ledger’s idea.
People who weren’t nominated like Paul Thomas Anderson who is like…Orson Welles.
Anonymous asked: Daniel did get a nom!
I know Anon, and trust me I’m oh so happy but I expected that. I only meant that Marion didn’t therefore my DREAM TEAM is incomplete.
the best scene in cinematic history lbr
in 2013 we’re getting new films from the Coen Brothers, Spike Jonze, Sofia Coppola, Michel Gondry, Steve McQueen, Jim Jarmusch, Wong Kar-Wai, Martin Scorsese, Hayao Miyazaki, Nicolas Winding Refn, Park Chan-Wook, Alfonso Cuaron, Terry Gilliam, Terrence Malick, Roman Polanski, and Guillermo del Toro
let that sink in for a moment
Lizzie, Cecilia, Anna.
It´s been fascinating to watch Keira grow as I´ve grown, we´ve kind of grown together. She was eighteen when we made “Pride and prejudice” so she was pretty much a kid. And then we made “Atonement”, she was twenty one or two and now, as she matures, she´s become this incredibly strong woman and utterly fearless as well. Those were the qualities I really wanted to bring to the screen in “Anna Karenina”.
(Joe Wright, Director)
Woody Allen: Gordon was the one who said to me, when we do the split screen with the shrink, I with my shrink and she with another one. He said: “Don’t do split screen, build it. Build a set with a divider in the middle, so you’re both live. It’ll look like a split screen, but it won’t be.”
Gordon Willis: That was a revelation to him at that point, ‘cause that meant both actors could do the scene without being interrupted with doing half a scene and half a scene and put it together optically.
“By holding the character back, you’d be doing an injustice to the film and people will feel that you aren’t going after the truth. That was sort of the thing that ignited me into going the way I do with the character. Once I did do even more research, and once I started to watch the documentaries, and read about the sugar plantations; yes, we’re just scratching the surface of what happened in our country. It’s a sore subject matter and it’s a subject matter that should be looked at more often and not shied away from, and I commend Quentin for making a film that combines so many different genres and is as daring as it is at actually making the subject matter entertaining for an audience. It’s a daring concept.”