Film Script + Scenes:
Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club (2013)
screenplay by Craig Borten and Melisa Wallack
Towards the end of Dallas Buyers Club, Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey) returns to the Mexican hospital where he first received medications to effectively help him battle his HIV. Shortly after Ron and the doctor discuss a new possible treatment evolving from caterpillars Ron wanders into a back room full of monarch butterflies. Simultaneously back in Texas, his business partner, fellow HIV sufferer, and possibly the best friend Ron has ever had is succumbing to the aggressive disease. Rayon (played with perfection by Jared Leto) is a transgendered woman who never did get the sex change she wanted. Watching Ron among those possibly life-saving butterflies, as his best friend undergoes the ultimate cocoon transformation leaving her poor frail body behind, is the best kind of cinematic metaphor.
2014 Academy Awards, Best Cinematography Category: Prisoners (dir. Denis Villeneuve)
Director of Photography: Roger Deakins
We lived on farms, then we lived in cities, and now we’re going to live on the internet!
I feel like the internet would crash if Leo ever won an Oscar.
Film Meme [ 7 ] Directors
→ [ 1 ] Christopher Nolan "I always find myself gravitating to the analogy of a maze. Think of film noir and if you picture the story as a maze, you don’t want to be hanging above the maze watching the characters make the wrong choices because it’s frustrating. You actually want to be in the maze with them, making the turns at their side, that keeps it more exciting. I quite like to be in that maze."
|sarah, what is your goal in life?|
To find love or to be successful with my career.
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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) dir. Guy Ritchie
Slow motion cinematography by Gavin Free
“It’s supposed to give you insight into the experience of being shot at, so time becomes relative rather than absolute. In other words, once I’m shooting at you, adrenaline plays games with you in your mind as to how long an experience takes.” — Guy Ritchie (x).