BBC Sherlock AU: “Moriarty” is not a person, it’s an organization. And Jim Moriarty and Molly Hooper are feared by their associates. They are respected. But Sherlock Holmes, the famous consulting detective, is a dangerous threat and he must be handled delicately. And, in order to gather information, Jim Moriarty needs to send one of his undercover agents to test the waters.
Hmmm, could that perhaps be because they were QUEERBAITED FOR EIGHT YEARS AND NOW FEEL RIGHTFULLY DISAPPOINTED, RIDICULED, LED ON, TOYED WITH AND DISCARDED???
How dare those people bash a large subset of their fanbase, the very people that made them famous and got them jobs? First you act and write and produce a show, drawing queer fans on purpose with how you act and write and produce it, and then you wonder if they react angry and disappointed when what was promised isn’t delivered?
BTW, the I Love You scene was a fuck up on so many levels - in a fucked up episode - that I have no idea how anyone can defend it. It’s not a shame to act in a bad film - every actress needs jobs and money and thinks they can make a difference - but it’s a whole other point to defend such a bad film and insult fans who say that it was a bad film. It’s called criticising. Get over it!
Sherlock & Molly | Losing youtube link (to like and/or comment and/or add to playlists)
dedicated to @miabicicletta & @nyah86. I admire you both so very much. This is my way of thanking you for the Sherlolly delights you always provide us with :D
Please, if you like it, take the time to like and/or comment on the Youtube Page of the video. You would make my day. This is what my little editor’s heart feeds on. Give it love. It gives love back :D
But back to the matter at hand.
I’m a wreck. TFP killed me with feels. I AM NOW DEADED.
The video is simplistic. This is THE SCENE (subtly shortened) and interspersed with significant moments to explain how it would always come to this. I am not very clear, am I? Ugh. This is why I edit. It’s easier than writing.
Basically, I tried to illustrate that, yes, obviously, Molly always has been the outrageously overlooked pressure point that would ultimately turn Sherlock into an agonising mess. I kind of knew there would be something of that nature coming our way but, DAMN. I didn’t think the writers would be so in sync with my thoughts on the matter. Why am I even surprised? They wrote the whole thing after all. Come on, Mathilde.
The sound is decent but I would advise headphones and HD to maximise the experience. I hope you will enjoy it.
Took me ages to finish it, but actually didn’t take any time at all. I knew where I wanted to go but Premiere turned out to be EXTREMELY uncooperative. Every time I would add something on the timeline or make a change, it would take one or two minutes to load so I could have a look. ===> #nightmare. This is the last time I’m using 1080p files. Good quality, yes. But GOD at what cost. If anyone has any advice on the matter, please, feel free to get in touch. I’m presumably not doing it right :D
UPDATE: Thanks to @theleftpill, the problem is officially resolved. Thank you so very very much. You saved my sanity.
Hurray for Craig Armstrong. One of my favourite film score composers. I’ve used two of his creations. One from Moulin Rouge! and the other from The Great Gatsby. Both beautiful. Moulin Rouge! is my favourite film, as a matter of fact. An actual slap in the face when I was twelve. And I cry at the end. Every time. Not kidding.
Death Scene - Moulin Rouge! Gatsby’s Death and Portico - The Great Gatsby
Oh, dear. The music from the two death scenes of each movie. I am a cheerful person aren’t I?
Disclaimers: I don’t own the songs or the clips used in this video. This is purely a work of fiction, no profit gained.