• what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: at the end of "lion" it's revealed that saroo's brother died the very same night he disappeared, and i wonder. what if, in searching for work, he died and that's why he never returned for his little brother? it's just so tragic to think that he was trying to protect his family (and therefore saroo) and he met with his death then. but, even worse, what if he actually came back after work, and upon realizing he had lost saroo, he started to search so desperately around the station he was then hit and killed right there and then? the last thing he might have done was, as saroo suspected, scream his name, search for him, miss him, be worried about him. it breaks my heart that they never said in the movie, and i don't even know if they know. i wish i had answers. what a terrible thing not to know. poor guddo, poor saroo.

I’m sorry you couldn’t have your own kids.

What are you saying?

We… We weren’t blank pages, were we? Like your own would have been. You weren’t just adopting us but our past as well. And I feel like we’re killing you.

with seth rogen and eric andre both working on the 2019 lion king movie there better be some stories of ridiculous shenanigans on set. not because either of them are particularly funny but because of that time eric andre put seth rogen’s real phone number on his show and i refuse to believe the beef has been adquately squashed between them


Lion (2016) Dir. Garth Davis

I’ve been visiting her. Every night I’ll walk those streets home. Home from the dam, home from the station. And I know every single step of the way. And I imagine that I’m whispering in her ear, ‘I’m here’.