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Fleabag breaks the fourth wall and then breaks our hearts.
But then the scene changes. The Priest’s eyebrows furrow in surprise. “What was that?” he asks, looking at Fleabag. “You just went somewhere,” he tells her accusingly, glancing in the same direction she turns when she looks at the camera. Fleabag claims to not understand, and, panicked, she looks at the viewer once again, this time with alarm on her face. “There!” he says. “Where did you just go?” Fleabag tries to shake it off. “Nowhere,” she tells him. He only sort of accepts this, shrugging. Fleabag turns to the camera once again, this time in shock. He’s seen her. He’s seen us.


Reader, I gasped.
tv  tv:fleabag  phoebewallerbridge  screenwriting  filmmaking 
may 2019 by dirtystylus
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Priest becoming increasingly aware of this behavior suggests to me that Fleabag turning inward is something everyone in her life could indeed see, but they just didn’t care about her enough to pay close attention.
tv  tv:fleabag  phoebewallerbridge  screenwriting  tv:thornbirds 
may 2019 by dirtystylus
(6) Someone’s daughter on Twitter: "One thing I love about The Last Jedi was how much the symbolic imagery told its own story. The writing/direction/set design were all so carefully curated and layered. Especially how they handled Rey’s coming-of-age
One thing I love about The Last Jedi was how much the symbolic imagery told its own story. The writing/direction/set design were all so carefully curated and layered. Especially how they handled Rey’s coming-of-age and her journey of self discovery/exploring her own sexuality.
twitterthread  starwars  starwars:thelastjedi  symbolism  screenwriting  filmmaking  rey  desire  sexuality  sex 
may 2019 by dirtystylus

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