喜歡Paul Dano

近似癡迷的喜歡這個演員呈現的表演。那對眉毛既善且惡,亦正亦邪。

然後我就在昨天那個無所適從的晚上,重看了”Ruby Sparks”。

有一段非常非常喜歡,但其實整個Paul Dano的表演都超對我胃口。幾場衝突戲,我反覆repeat。最後一場戲則是完全呼應近來所感。

最近正在寫某個劇本的角色bio,而導演看了之後,跟我說那簡直就是他和他前女友的故事,我心裡卻想著,那劇本裡面是滿滿的我的過去。然後我一直很排斥把自己生活寫進劇本的!卻不小心,還是會偷渡那麼一點點進去。

這大概是為什麼這麼喜歡Ruby Sparks那段吧!


This is the true and impossible story of my very great love. In the hope that she will not read it and reproach me, I have withheld many telling details. Her name, the particulars of her birth and upbringing, any identifying scars or birthmarks.

All the same, I cannot help but write this for her. To tell her, I’m sorry for every word I wrote to change you. I’m sorry for so many things. I couldn’t see you when you were here. And now that you’re gone, I see you everywhere.

One may read this and think it’s magic — but falling in love is an act of magic. So is writing.

It was once said of Cather in the Rye, “That rare miracle of fiction has again come to pass: a human being has been created out of ink, paper, and the imagination.” I am no J.D. Salinger, but I have witnessed a rare miracle. Any writer can attest, in the luckiest, happiest state, the words are not coming from you, but through you.

She came to me wholly herself. I was just lucky enough to be there to catch her.

— — — Ruby Sparks

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