La última apuesta / Dogfight (1991)
…está como para hacerle el saludo militar cada mañana.
For my future English beta (if I fucking end something not really bad).
(I was trying to do another thing, different colours, but Corel doesn’t cooperate…)
Savoca and Phoenix, from an excerpt of a documentary they are going to release soon (go, Jason, GO, I’m interested!)
Happy birthday, River!
Colour meme: Dogfight in red
…because of the passion and the ‘Mozart room’.
The Interviews features discussions with actors Wil Wheaton, Mitchell Whitfield and John Lacy, director Nancy Savoca and screenwriter Naomi Foner about the late River Phoenix, while exploring the light and dark side of fame in Hollywood.
“I don’t want to die in a car accident. When I die, it’ll be a glorious day. It’ll probably a waterfall.” - River Phoenix
Naomi Foner (Screenwriter, Running On Empty) on couple River and Martha: “So she (Martha) was this smart, very very streetwise New York girl, River was like this uh, I don’t know, who’s like Peter Pan.”
Wil Wheaton: “I was devastated because he was gone. We lost a tremendous actor. I knew his entire family, I know that they have lost a brother and a son. And, it was so preventable, you know.
“I would rather go out while I was ahead. There’s no need in overstaying, you’re welcome.” - River Phoenix
** Just found the link somewhere. Video is only available until August 31, 2012, watch it if you feel like.
I need to invite Naomi and Nancy to my house for tea & cakes/cookies or something, really. I just… love hearing them talking about the boy, when Foner talks about River&Martha, and the Patton thing, and everything (I think this woman, without being one of the ‘very close ones’ understood him a lot, I also love her because other reasons but you know) and when Savoca says he was always fuckable (yes, yes! 100% follable xD)
Ah, my heart.