Hours passed as they walked by the lake, and more hours as they talked by the roaring fire in the cottage. Later they made love. And it was better than ever before. They lay together for a very long time, before either of them was willing to break the bond of silence, and then it was Lucrezia who spoke first. “Our baby is the most beautiful cherub I have ever seen,” she said, smiling. “And he looks just like…”
Cesare leaned on his arm and looked into his sister’s clear blue eyes. “Just like who? he asked.
Lucrezia laughed. "Just like…us!” she said, and laughed again. “I think we will be happy together, even if he is your son, and can never be mine.”
“But we are most important,” Cesare reassured her. “And we know the truth.”
Let me tell you something about this scene. Let me analyze this for you. Because there is no scene - not one, not the episode with the date, not the episode with the dance - none of them that compare with this scene and let me explain why; this scene is all but physical, spoken proof that these two characters were in love with each other. And if this is what it all led to, and this is how it ends, then this show wasn’t really a comedy after all.
Throwback to when i took latin (have done latin for two years and i miss it so much 😔 and greek for one….ugh the feels) and i was the happiest motherfucker around 😍 this movie is something else….too much blood and shit but Russell Crowe is a brilliant actor 👏 among my favourite movies 💕
when you realize that all that time Twelve was memorizing Clara’s each and every facial expressions to understand her better… only to forget them all in the end…
all her expressions were so clear(to us) in the diner scene…her happy but sad smiles…but he couldn’t see/read any of them because he didn’t have his memory of those. And it’s ironic that the only reason we as audience know exactly what these expressions are is because he always pointed them out before.
1. we can see how miles is slowly accepting the thought that having somebody close to him does not have to be a bad thing. he is getting closer and closer to admitting to himself that he needs phoenix, and that pushing him away may not have been a wisest choice. going from harsh ‘don’t ever talk to me anymore’ to unsure ‘i don’t know’ is quite a progress, i would say.
2. we’re gonna see this, and miles asking phoenix to defense him next week in the anime and let’s just say i am not ready for this. so. not. ready.