he looks so good omg
he looks so good omg
Todd. Introverted suffering.
Idk if more people were aware of this video already, I just wanted to share it for those who didn't see this yet.
He's so charismatic as kid WOW-- Ethan and Todd are two diff people lasdjlkasjd and that ENDING *pffft* aksljalskdj
I am sorry but yes, these two pictures give off the same vibes
Both of these things can be true…there is happiness
I adore these three men❤️
Before Sunset (2004)
With Julie Delpy, Ethan Hawke
Dir. Richard Linklater
YOU GUYS AGREE THIS MAN IS ATTRACTIVE RIGHT?
IM TRYING TO SETTLE A DEBATE SO PLEASE COMMENT OR SOMETHING IDK
Posted a new video on my channel😊❤️
Before Sunrise headers.
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cannot believe that no one told me ethan hawke did a ted talk and i just found this
got me crhing my eyes out.
“there’s no path until you walk it, and you have to be willing to play the fool.”
Ethan Hawke on the set of White Fang❤️
some of my fav pics from the sets of period dramas
MAYA HAWKE IS UMA THURMANS DAUGHTER
I watched First Reformed 3 months ago and I haven’t stopped thinking about it, so here are some thoughts...
I’ve learned that some people believe Rev Toller died (either via the drain cleaner or the vest) and the ending scene is his last thought before he dies, but I *never* viewed it that way. I am a cynic, but I apparently saw the ending in a different way.
The film starts with Mary coming to Rev Toller because her husband wants her to have an abortion. To him, it is irresponsible to bring new life into the world when all people do is destroy the environment. Mary is conflicted, and as I understood this part of the film, it makes us ask something along the lines of “Is life worth it when life is so deeply irresponsible and full of suffering?”
So, the ending then. If you take it literally, Rev Toller drops the cup of drain cleaner, embraces Mary, and they kiss. It’s an ending that makes sense to me.
Because in the end, they both choose life. It’s irresponsible and strange, that moment. He’s a tortured priest and she’s his troubled, pregnant parishioner. They’re not making a rational or sustainable choice in that moment. But it’s a moment of life. As she embraces him in his blood-stained white robe, they are united in their imperfection. There is connection and holiness in suffering.
So, from my perspective, the ending was always answering the question that was asked in the beginning— is life worth it? And the answer is that it’s terrible and unsustainable and irrational, but yes, life is worth it.
And maybe the film is made more biblical by the fact that we are presented two options. The first is to believe exactly what we see, even though it appears improbable. And the second is to view it as a metaphor or something else- not meant to be taken 100% as presented.
So, that’s my take. I haven’t done a deep dive into anything Paul Schrader or Ethan Hawke have said about the film or the ending, so I could be completely misconstruing the intentions of the creators. But that’s what I think I saw, and I’m still thinking about it today.
Happy 27th Anniversary to Jesse and Celine
they’re showing “before sunrise” in a movie theatre in august, i’m thinking if i should go see it