“I liken movies to playing a piano: Sometimes you’re playing the chords and different notes with unresolved cadences and playing all major chords that are all over the place, and you’re enjoying yourself with a great, simple melody.”
On the edge | by Atle Rønningen | Website.
|Song: Everybody Knows You Cried Last Night|
|Artist: The Fratellis|
|Album: Costello Music|
|Played: 7,547 times.|
The Fratellis - Everybody Knows You Cried Last Night
"If I were a friend of Joan’s, I’d want her to run the company, fall in love, win the lottery and all of those things. But as a fan of the show, I want something horribly tragic to happen to her. A terrible accident or something, because I think that would be interesting."
Christina Hendricks photographed by Tony Duran in Los Angeles
Rhapsody, April 2014
He doesn’t think being sexualized by her co-workers every day is tragic enough? Having a child with another man and having to raise that child essentially on her own, isn’t enough? He doesn’t think her getting raped by her fiance/husband who then essentially leaves her to stay in the military and “feel like a man” isn’t tragedy enough? Joan is a woman in the 60’s. There is enough tragedy in that.
Emilia Clarke for Marie Claire US May 2014 issue