"I love that film and I think because it was pushed into the following year and never got an Oscar campaign, I think that’s one of the reasons it hasn’t been noticed as much as it should. It’s a beauty. It was so moving, the concept that they’re all desperately trying to help him and he thinks they’re evil. It was such a beautiful idea. I loved working on that film, and Marty’s ideas about how to use 20th-century classical music were brilliant. But a very painful film. Very painful for them to make. Again, Leo was absolutely devoted to it. That was a grueling part. Several times, I’ve seen Leo insist on working when he had 106 degree fever, and he actually passed out on camera, and I think it was on that film. He just wanted to make sure that they didn’t lose a day shooting. So he was incredibly devoted to that."
Thelma Schoonmaker on Martin Scorsese and Leonardo DiCaprio’s relationship and work ethic during the making of Shutter Island
people romanticize growing up in the 90s but we had our struggles
Applying for jobs is starting to feel a lot like
this is the cutest thing ever lol
the gif froze and i sat there for a good two minutes just waiting
because i knew anna would pop up at some point
so what ur saying is that the gif was