so i saw the man from uncle and throughout the movie armie hammer’s character is very obviously not neurotypical (my money was on autism) and at the end it actually said that armie hammer’s character has “volatile personality disorder” and i looked into what that is and apparently it’s like a 1960’s name for borderline??? a character in a big mainstream movie canonically has bpd and isn’t treated like a monster with no emotions???? and is shown with non-laughable symptoms and has episodes where he’s angry and shaking and loses control and you don’t feel uncomfortable or scared of him and he’s still treated like a competent agent (actually, like one of the best agents)???????
Jon was still not certain how he felt about it. Robb a king? The brother he’d played with, fought with, shared his first cup of wine with? But not mother’s milk, no. So now Robb will sip summerwine from jeweled goblets, while I’m kneeling beside some stream sucking snowmelt from cupped hands. “Robb will make a good king,” he said loyally.
“Their early antagonism and the slow development of real respect between them has been incredible to watch. I think a big part of Bellamy’s character is the chip on his shoulder, and I think knowing Clarke is in his corner, genuinely respects his perspective, and values him as a person is unfamiliar territory for him, and that it’s the cornerstone to their relationship. […] Clarke trusts him, and I think that means more to him than anything else, and he would do anything for her to live up to that trust and respect.” [x]