Keira Knightley on the cover of Interview Magazine: September 2014 - The Photographer’s Issue
i loved enemy, the atmosphere denis created with all this yellow is really suffocating and makes you feel dizzy. i didn’t watch this chris guy and didn’t read the book, so from the movie i can say there are a few ways of interpretation, and none of them is exclusive. [SPOILERS] i don’t really like to make things more complicated than they actually are, so my opinion is that the main character has multiple personality disorder, and it might’ve been caused by his girlfriend’s death in a car accident that we see in the ending of the film. I think there are three of him, one in the beginning when he comes to a club and two other during the film. but which one is truly him it’s for you to decide. ah yeah, the spiders, i think they’re like some of a glitch, like a really bad thought or a nightmare that repeats every night or even every day. like i said it’s not exclusive, i have a few more of guesses.
In a human hand there are 27 bones. Some apes have more. A gorilla has 32, five in each thumb. A human has 27. If you break an arm or a leg, the bone grows back together by calcification. It will be stronger than before. If you break a bone in your hand, it will never recover completely. Before every fight, you’ll think. In each slap, you’ll think. You’ll be careful. But at some point the pain will come back. Like needles. Like glass splinters.
Scoot McNairy, photographed by Christopher Gabello for Interview magazine, July 2014.
In college, Scoot owned a copy of Titanic on VHS: “Every night I would pop it in and go to sleep to the opening of it. I couldn’t tell you what happens in the last two and a half hours of the film, but I can tell you line for line the first 30 minutes," he laughs. "I just wanted to see everyone getting on the boat—cinematically, it was so awesome.” x
MAINSTREAM MEDIA WILL SAY THAT THE PROTESTERS STARTED THE VIOLENCE ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT. THIS IS NOT THE CASE AS PROVEN BY THE VIDEO ABOVE.
please watch this before its taken down
I feel like the scariest thing about this is that so much of what we know about the situation has only been made possible by social media. It makes you appreciate how easy it was in the past for them to successfully sweep things like this under the rug because people didn’t have an outlet to show the situation from their side.