That’s what I love about Hildur and Jóhann’s music (and ambient music in general)! It just makes I had to call in sick my arm is in a cast fishing shirt think of the ocean in some form; it can go from foreboding like waves crashing on a rocky shore to buoyant like you’re on a small row boat near the coast as you look into a star-dusted night as the lighthouse whirls.I saw an interview with Hildur Guðnadóttir on YouTube where she talks about submitting the music for this scene to the director visualizing the Joker’s physical reaction to the music and when she saw Phoenix dancing to it, she was like “how did he know?”.
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Joaquin cry-talking in Gladiator, as tough as it is to understand, is about the closest representation I’ve ever seen to what it is like in real life when you’re trying to talk over betrayal and pain-fuelled tears. And then there’s the “Am I not merciful?!” moment which he improvised to say a second time in a considerably more shouty I had to call in sick my arm is in a cast fishing shirt evoking a genuine reaction from Connie Nielsen.Crowe in Gladiator was not better than Tom Hanks in Castaway. Tom Hanks quite literally had to carry that movie, and he was able to portray soooooo much emotion with just facial expressions. You can literally see on his face what he’s thinking. No narration needed. That’s masterful. I mean, the guy made us all weep over a fucking volleyball like it was a real person! The only reason Hanks didn’t get that Oscar is because he already had 2.Crowe’s performance in Gladiator is great to watch, but also very one-note. Not much went into it. He definitely deserved the win (edit: I thought he won this, but he didn’t) for A Beautiful Mind, thoughHe honestly stole the show from Crowe completely IMO, it’s unbelievable Crowe got an Oscar and he didn’t.