That did bring a small tear to my eye. I hope I don't miss it when its on!
Just watching THAT made me cry. I would be that girl bawling as I get to hug Emma --- they have no idea how they've impacted so many lives including mine, and it really touched me seeing her tears after hugging the girl back.
Oh god. I want to watch this so bad. Behind the scenes documentary and clips are particularily fun, entertaining and interesting to watch. I watched the 9 hours of the lord of the rings trilogy behind the scene clips twice and I like to watch it so much! I'll probably watch this multiples of times.It's kind of my education on how cinema industry works on the inside: not on the top of it, not on the bottom (like being the coffe man) just an overall view of how you make a film.
I cried during the entire thing! Gosh, I bet I'll cry though all of it when it comes out!
It often annoys me how Emma contradicts herself in interviews and came off as complaining how she couldn’t be ‘Emma’, but after seeing this preview and thinking about it, the whole harry potter image and being a childstar might be one of the reasons why. I think she often feels pressured to put up a certain image depending on what she wants people to believe she is. Half of their lives have existed as this huge global phenomenon and that's got to be hard. It's amazing and wonderful, but also not normal. When the kids were in studio they lived in a bubble, but when they stepped out things certainly weren't perfect (just seeing how people had to push papz away and how people were expecting them to screw up etc) and I think it must be hard for all of them to adjust to a life without Potter. Emma Thompson's comment about therapy was right on. Having to deal with that kind of pressure is hard. I think that’s what this documentary is going to show. Not only the magical side, but also the hard side of show business so I think this def is going to be interesting.
EDENyou know what time have this documentary?you know something?
The BTS documentary is going to be on the DH2 Blu-Ray combo pack, so I'm definitely getting this for x-mas!I heard this was going to be longer, so Im a bit disappointed its only 50 minutes, but still, it's great.@above: I guess it just takes some people a little longer to realize that...
Am I the only person who thinks the girl who cried cus she got to hug Emma is the one who should have some therapy?? I'm sorry for being rude or anything, but isn't that just sick?? Crying cus Emma, and I know she is THE Emma but still, is hugging you is just.. Unhealthy. I know she's probably been fan all her life and blablabla.. but where did our world went to people..?
Nothing says Emma was the reason why the girl was crying. Most of people were crying because this was the very end of the HP movies. And what if one of her biggest dream was to meet Emma? Each people should be able to express their emotions without being scared of being judged.
@Eden, well the fact that it might was her biggest dream to meet a 21 year old girl is wrong to me, but maybe our opinions are different about that. I'd understand if she was, say, Nelson Mandela.
To me there's no wrong or right. Emma played for 10 years a character beloved by millions of people, it's comprehensible to want to meet the actor in person I guess. The age has nothing to do with this in my opinion.
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