Maurice-Bendrix

mjmartinez92  asked:

Ralph Fiennes

Hi! Again I’ve not seen all his roles. I think I’ve done this before..but maybe not this exact set of questions

Actor/Actress

Put an actor or actress in my ask and I’ll give you:

A. First role I saw them in – Lawrence after Arabia. Yeah I’m that old lol

B. Favorite performance– Maurice Bendrix in The End of the Affair. Love him in that. 

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C. Favorite role they appear in– same.. I’ve such a type it hurts… give me broody handsome Englishmen anyway any day. Justin in The Constant Gardener…ugh… so good


D. Last role I watched them in– M. Gustave in Grand Budapest Hotel. Go watch it now!

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E. If I were forced to pick a weaker performance– what can I say… I hate The English Patient. I like the parts he’s injured…but the flashbacks are indulgent and loooong…. 

F. Underappreciated performances– Oscar and Lucinda. Go watch it and realize that’s the same guy from Schindler’s List. The White Countess..love it…ah Natasha….sigh. Quiz Show– again same guy! 

G. Role you haven’t seen that you’d most like to– I need to see In Bruges.

H. Least favorite role they played – Voldemort? Meh… they made him look scary but took away from his performance. 

Eternity is said not to be an extension of time but an absence of time, and sometimes it seemed to me that her abandonment touched that strange mathematical point of endlessness, a point with no width, occupying no space. What did time matter – all the past and the other men she may from time to time (there is that word again) have known, or all the future in which she might be making the same statement with the same sense of truth? When she replied that I loved her too in that way, I was the liar, not she, for I never lose the consciousness of time: to me the present is never here: it is always last year or next week.
— 

Graham Greene, The End of the Affair


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