"What do you have to say to the white audience here, that is insulted, disgusted by your movie, watching 50,000 of their people being killed?"
"George Bush kills a lot of brown people, nobody had a problem with that—"
"...wasn't a movie."
"At the time, it felt like the most important thing in the world." — Vincent Gallo
In my first log I called the film brutal, and now in my third I think that word doesn't do the film justice: it's quite clearly the saddest film I've ever seen. Everything about the film is sad, every frame of it radiates an intense feeling of pain. As I've often described to my brother during our many conversations about the film, I think…
From the ending of Unbreakable—"You know what the scariest thing is? To not know your place in this world. To not know why you're here... that's... that's just an awful feeling. I almost gave up hope. There were so many times I questioned myself... but I found you. So many sacrifices, just to find you. Now that we know who you are, I know who I am. I'm not a mistake. It all makes sense."
Honestly kind of speechless, but…