the second half of this movie is a tearjeker fest. somehow i can relate to the hardships that are presented yet somehow can see how uniquely beautiful and different. every frame is not left to waste and i never felt this mesmerized for awhile. truly a gem.
there's not a single, little gesture that is left wasted by andrew scott. he managed to give a breath of life to alex (the character in this monologue) and yet he still made his own personality shine through. his pauses, pacing of his feet, hands' gestures and his worried, gloomy eyes that dance around the room really made it easier for me to understand his emotional state. it made me feel to physically be there for alex and cry with…