I love pictures where people look the most alive.
I'm very glad to see this in Time magazine after seeing the movie "A Mighty Heart." I read that the movie did not receive a sizable turnout on its opening weekend, and this makes me sad, but not particularly surprised, either. I'm more surprised that a movie like this was released during "blockbuster" season, when it risks being heavily overshadowed by movies that deserve little attention, unless you are the guy working in the graphics department. Either way, I hope that it garners better numbers as people spread the word about its caliber. Watching it was like watching "Titanic," though, in that you know something awful is going to happen, but you still hold your breath that maybe this time it will end differently. It doesn't. But unlike "Titanic," you walk out of this movie wanting to continue this man's work through your own means, rather than play a Celine Dion song on repeat all day long. I'm not really sure what to say about the movie, other than it makes you feel something beyond wanting to cry - which I could of, if I hadn't been in public and fighting it. There are difficult questions raised that I don't feel I have the background knowledge to formulate correctly, so I won't make that attempt tonight without time or incentive. But I do recommend it, and I am glad to see this interview with his widow as a follow-up.
I know that it has always helped me to know that a name never ceases to be said.