Tuesday, February 18th 2014
BOHEMEA LIVES ON IN SMUTTY GIFS!
When I first read it, it did resonate with me as a piece that was a bit similar to Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling, except it’s the other way around. That really appealed to me. — Ruth Wilson (x)
Monday, February 17th 2014
There’s a line from Galveston, Nic Pizzolatto’s novel (writer of ‘True Detective’), that I think is along the same line as Cohle’s musings about those kids waking up in that truck over and over.
"Certain experiences you can’t survive, and afterward you don’t fully exist, even if you failed to die.”
That really sums up the nature of trauma, I think.