let me tell you why
this scene was so important to me and, i bet, to a lot of mentally ill people
isak valtersen, this small boy that threw the word “crazy” around when referring to his mentally ill mother, is now looking straight into his lover’s eyes and saying: no. you are wrong. this will work.
it’s because isak refused to let Even push him away. we’ve all done this, i assure you. every mentally ill person. exactly because of why Even did it: we were afraid. scared to lose someone. scared to hurt them. and, unfortunately, sometimes, those people let us push them away. and we lose them. and it hurts, because then we think it’s our fault. we’re not enough to fight for. we’re not enough to stay for. we’re not enough.
but not isak. he stood his ground and with tears in his eyes he told Even they were going to take this minute by minute. he told him he wasn’t leaving him. he told a somber boy, during a depressive episode, exactly what a lot of us need to hear sometimes.
and Even looked into this boy’s eyes, who just a couple of months ago refused to even utter the word “gay” without the word “not” in the same sentence, and saw it.
he saw that he was enough to fight for. enough to stay for. enough.
and that’s why this is so important.
because we can be loved. we are enough.
Hi! I really want to ask you about your opinion/thoughts on Naruto Shippuden ending 19. I just want to get it off my chest and say that I think the ending captures Naruto's and Sasuke's emotions to well! (Naruto's painful expression as Sasuke's curse mark takes over, Naruto's shocked face when Sasuke jumps to him, Sasuke's face expression when he saves Naruto LIKE OMG HIS FACE and Sasuke's heartbroken face as he looks down at Naruto). I also think it has some really interesting scenes! [1/3]