“It often seemed as though, like Marlon Brando, he saw more, sensed more and had more contradictory, grand, ridiculous thoughts than the rest of us. You get a taste of that in his acceptance speech after winning a Best Actor Oscar for playing the title character in ‘Capote.’ He doesn’t just thank ‘my friends,’ but ‘my friends, my friends, my friends,’ and director Bennett Miller and screenwriter Dan Futterman, whom ‘I love, I love, I love.’ A rose is a rose is a rose. Yes we say yes we say yes.” – Matt Zoller Seitz
And it is in the humble opinion of this narrator that strange things happen all the time. And so it goes, and so it goes. And the book says, ‘We may be through with the past, but the past ain’t through with us.’”
I just noticed a few things about the “Daydreaming” video
After watching it a few times I don’t think Thom is looking for a way out. There are several “exit” signs, but he always comes from the exit :
Also, he always comes in the houses, buildings etc from the outside. He’s never going out, except when he goes to the forest, the beach, and the mountain (but in that case, he ends up in the cave anyway).
However, he definitely seems to be looking for a way up. He climbs every stairs he can find, and the elevator (the only time when you actually see him sing!). He also climbs the mountain at the end.
I have no idea what to think about all of this (actually yeah, I have a lot of ideas… haha), but I thought these were interesting facts.