It’s like playing tennis, you play a different rally with different people. Every actor is different and the chemistry between actors is different.
i know that you know what it’s like
to be torn apart before your very eyes
Martin Freeman | Confetti
Singing ‘One Love’ at the end of the movie.
and rain will make the flowers—
at the fall of the barricades, the bodies of students and working-men are claimed, gathered, and buried by their families. and montparnasse knows, the moment the words fall, that no one will be claiming eponine, and she’ll be buried in the dirt, grave unmarked. so he goes. he goes and picks her out and takes her away. he has her buried, has her grave named. it’s small and it’s ugly but it suits its purpose, and he doesn’t stop staring once it’s all said and done.
the man who approaches him is a doctor, one who helped gather and check corpses at the barricades. though a servant of the state his personal politics align with the republic. so he did what he could for those he might. assuming montparnasse to be the husband of the girl he found, he offers a lock of her hair, a little piece he took - just in case, he always says. at the mistake of being titled husband, montparnasse does not correct him. he says nothing.
but he takes the token anyway.
the personal blog of doctor john h. watson, last updated: june sixteenth.
Merlin and Arthur in 4x07
You don’t have long, though. Am I right?
The people will decide your fate, Inspector Javert.