"We don’t…love each other. We’ve been close to each other, of course. I’ve loved you like a friend. The way thousands of women feel about other women. You were…a dear friend who was loved, that’s all. Certainly there can be nothing wrong with that. It’s perfectly natural! I should be fond of you. Why, we’ve know each other since we were seventeen, and I always thought that-"
"Why are you saying all of this?"
"…Because I do love you."
"Of course I love you too."
"But maybe I love you the way they said I love you. I don’t know…"
Ok you won a world cup but you still lost two world wars so chill
When I saw ‘Pacific Rim,’ I said, ‘Man, I’ve been three-and-a-half years now doing ‘Gravity,’ and now you’re making me feel that I just did this tiny, tiny indie Sundance film.’
But what I love about ‘Pacific Rim’ is it’s done without any post-modernist, ironic approach. He really loves his characters. He loves his monsters. And at the core of it, what he loves is the characters inside the robots.
Alfonso Cuarón on Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim. [x] (via dickigrayson)
Meanwhile, del Toro on Cuarón’s latest film Gravity:
“It’s mind-boggling, the movie […] I think it is one of the most beautifully designed, elegant, powerful, sci-fi movies. It has certainly taken what he created in ‘Children of Men’ and pushed it even more.
I can go back to almost 30 years ago, more than 30 years ago, when we met, and we have the exact same relationship. When I see his work, I want to be a better filmmaker, I want to push myself.” [x]