THIS FILM IS THE WEIRDEst most confusing shit ever
why the hell is kim k on this?????????
You’re joking right?
tina fey isn’t stupid
I want to be the girl with the most cake
"I think that Jesse is an Achilles’ heel for Walt. Heisenberg, pure Heisenberg, would have had Jesse killed a long time ago. He’s erratic, he’s emotional, he’s not entirely reliable. But for whatever reason, Walt has an affection for Jesse. He’s acted against his own best business interests time and again in order to protect the person who has become sort of a second son. It’s funny, in the beginning, they were such a fun odd couple that we really worked hard not to make them be too cutesy-cutesy together. We never saw them as friends. Nick Nolte and Eddie Murphy, nothing like that. We really wanted to keep the tension between them. But over the years, the connection between the actors, just in terms of their experiences, were so profound it just made sense to us that Walt would be very protective of Jesse. Or rather, he’s grown very protective of Jesse. It’s probably something Walt wouldn’t even be able to admit to himself because they really have nothing in common.”
"Well, there’s been a series of lines that Walt has crossed along the way, and I think Jesse may be one of the last. Walt has sold little bits of his soul piece by piece, and I think he’s holding on tight to the Jesse part because that may be one of the last pieces he has.”
"In a way, Walt is a blind spot to Jesse as well. He can’t see that Walt cares for him.”
- Sam Catlin, writer on Breaking Bad.
Who hasn’t asked himself, am I a monster or is this what it means to be human?
Clarice Lispector, The Hour of the Star
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