And there’s a moment in this scene where we look at each other … it’s Robb Stark essentially saying goodbye to his mother and giving up, and rather than it being something really bad, there’s a moment of tragedy and utter relief, actually, because these two characters have fought and fought and fought and fought, and it’s finally over.Cry
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"Reader’s Bill of Rights:
1. The right to not read
2. The right to skip pages
3. The right to not finish
4. The right to reread
5. The right to read anything
6. The right to escapism
7. The right to read anywhere
8. The right to browse
9. The right to read out loud
10. The right to not defend your tastes"
Daniel Pennac (via thegirlandherbooks)
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This was the most realistic and saddest thing I’ve ever seen in a kids movie.
They didn’t use any words through this sequence, and you still knew exactly what was going on and it was a hundred times more powerful for that silence.
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