“In the end I sort of though we created a companion who was so alive and dynamic and so wedded to the doctor that you’d need a whole universe to contain her in. The only way to get rid of her is to send her into a parallel world from which she can never return; otherwise she would stay with the doctor forever.” - Russell T. Davies
“You were my almost. I almost held on. You almost told me you loved me. We almost stayed. There was so much that almost could have been for us but life had other plans. Maybe I’m stuck and maybe you’re still going, but what matters is that we aren’t together but we could have been. What if, right? If only.” (x)
I can not get over David Tennant’s acting here. You can discern clearly the four takes. Not only you can sense Ten’s emotions but there’s something deeper playing in his eyes, his lips are gradually trembling, his brows furrowed. It is almost painful looking at him in the last one. This is one of many other testimonies that David Tennant is a jewel in the film and theatre industry and deserves all the recognition in the world.