“Crazy. I went crazy.”
Emma Watson at the TIFF premiere of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
And they say you never quite forget your first love.
‘Striking Gold’, a fan-made film (withdrawnred had requested for Freya Mavor and Arthur Darvill):
Sage, 20, is the quiet daughter their mother brought up, however neglectfully, while Alex, now a kind, mellow man of 26, had been given away to a wealthy family in England when he was two. The long-lost siblings meet at their mother’s funeral.
Although they lead different lives, he a freelance writer/musician moping about after a bad breakup, she a tailor who mends clothes for her neighbors, they both lack the same thing: the drive to succeed - or rather, do - anything in life. Perhaps, she is the wake-up call he needs, and he hers -
Set in the small city of Inverness, this is a heartwarming and hilarious tale of family, coming to terms with your heritage and giving a loved one a good kick up the arse.
She picks fights with him, because she’s afraid of saying anything more. Or less.
“Your hands are rough. Don’t you ever use lotion? There’s a bottle of Jurlique in my bathroom – ”
“Shut up, you seem to like them just fine.”
Perceptive, that boy.