benshaws:

Colours in The Fall: Excitement, energy, passion, love, desire, speed, strength, power, heat, aggression, danger, fire, blood, war, violence, all things intense and passionate, sincerity, happiness

It was Tarsem’s idea that I would come in and introduce myself as Roy to everyone and I would be in a wheelchair and everyone would believe it. It was great. It got the whole atmosphere on set to be a little more sensitive. Me and Catinca were able to connect in a more private way. When she would get into that bed, she would be very conscious of my legs. She would be very… She would take care of me at lunch, because I couldn’t go up and get dessert. So we would go up and bring it back for me. It helped us develop an honest relationship. […] Catinca does this thing – you’ll see it a lot in the movie – where, [if] she doesn’t like something ’cause she’s scared or uncomfortable, she just looks away. When I did stand up and told her that I could walk, she convinced herself that there had been some switch happen; someone else was standing there and trying to convince her that it was Roy again. Then she convinced herself that it was her love that had made me be able to walk again. [laughs] She really did.Lee Pace [x]


mycroftly:

let him live. let him live.


To most, I am known as the Masked Bandit.


Endless list of favorite movie scenes  The Fall [1/5]

The Mystic spies danger in your palm

You’ve taken too many pills

Death is near


robertkazinsky:

You should ask someone else. There’s no happy ending with me.



“We are completely the puppets of all the actors, okay? They’ll be writing the script for us. Especially the six-year-old, she’s not gonna buy a word you’ve written.”
- Tarsem Singh, on the set of The Fall. 

Tarsem Singh spent 8 years searching for the right actress to play Alexandria before he began shooting the film. Alexandria’s charming and enigmatic character was, according to Singh, the driving force that could carry the film’s story. The interactions seen between Roy and Alexandria are essentially unrefined and natural, and the chemistry between the actors is very tangible.  The development of their onscreen relationship in the resulting scenes corresponds with the relationship Lee and Catinca built in reality, as the hospital scenes were filmed consecutively.



He’s a liar and a coward.