Posts tagged Michael Fassbender.
“I don’t understand the problem with the nudity in the film. What’s the difference between male and female nudity? All men have penises, all women have sex, both accept masturbation as a natural need, yet despite all this people are scandalized by sex, while violence is accepted no problem. What are the criteria of judgment here? Is it possible that we can’t do anything to challenge this censorship? The real problem of the main character in Shame isn’t his obsession with sex, but rather his dependency on a certain mental scheme, an addiction that damages his own life as well as those of the people around him. Sex is a primitive instinct, an often amazing physical experience. Falling in love is something else entirely – you establish a deeper and more complex connection with the other person. Sex can be a thousand things: serious, playful, strange, thrilling. Having sex on the set is stressful, because you need to establish rules and limits. I generally ask my partner if I can kiss her, or caress her back, breasts, crotch, in order to understand how far I can push things without looking like a maniac. On the screen, female nudity is not only accepted but encouraged. My mother complains that men always have their pants on”.
Mmmm. The hair, the cup, the suit. The FACE. Yum.
I would also like to have a shark in a suit in my kitchen.
Who needs ovaries when you can stare at this man AND HIS PERFECT JAW AND HIS PERFECT FACE AND THE PERFECT WAY HE LOOKS IN A SUIT AND HIS PERFECT HANDS all the time
Favourite People of 2011;
Michael Fassbender and James McAvoy.
UY HELLO CHEST HAIR
Why are you so gorgeous like this. Why are you also amazing off-camera. Damn you, Michael Fassbender.
Also: I have been reading David Foster Wallace’s A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again and that essay “E Unibus Pluram: Television and US Fiction” kind of explains a lot. Sigh sigh sigh