Listen I made my mum listen to the hug track. She has no idea about the show. She first said it’s so sad and emotional. And reminds her of church choir music. Then I said to her “Mom it’s about two people. And this is a background music when they are having a moment. (I did not mention the hug) Just tell me what is the relationship between these two people”.
What she means:
Clarke and Bellamy were standing way too close all throughout 4.01 for it to be platonic. They were practically constantly by each other's side and the camera was zoomed in on them so that it seemed more intimate. The camera angles during the part where Clarke was thanking Bellamy for keeping her alive was set so that when it was on Bellamy, the camera was angled up as if Clarke were looking at him and when it was on Clarke, it was angled down as if Bellamy were looking at her. There is no way that was an accident. Bellarke is the plan and there is no doubt that Clarke giving up the Flame was symbolic of her moving on from L.exa.
Martin Freeman and Amanda Abbington split as she reveals ‘weird’ real-life coincidence behind Sherlock scenes they filmed together
In the upcoming series of the BBC’s Sherlock, viewers will see the relationship between Martin Freeman’s Doctor Watson, and his wife, Mary, begin to crumble after the couple are blessed with a child. But in a cruel example of life imitating art, Freeman and Amanda Abbington, his partner both on and off-screen, have announced that they have broken up in real life too…
“Martin and I remain best friends and love each other, and it was entirely amicable,” she said. “There was no hostility, really, we just said that we couldn’t live together anymore, so we put everything in place, he moved out to a flat in north London, I stayed at home and we’ve started a new chapter…”
She added: “You can’t be away from people for too long, because you start to function on your own, and you get used to being separate [from] the person you’re supposed to be with. You lose that connection and lose sight of it, in the end.”
Filming on the upcoming series, which shows cracks beginning to appear in the Watsons’ marriage after the arrival of a new baby, began two weeks after the couple’s real life split.
Abbington admitted that the coincidence was “so weird”. She said: “Especially playing new parents again, up all night feeding and things, because we were effectively revisiting how it was when we first got together.”
The actress added: “I love working with Martin, and we definitely would do again, but there were some pressure points in this episode where we thought, ‘oh, are we doing the right thing here?’, but the resounding answer was always yes.”