FASSY BEE! *draws fanart later*
Oh, man, this was cute. :D And because I have been really into transcribing lately…
The last thing that I was ashamed of was “Shame”. *long pause* *can’t keep a straight face* *huge grin, laugh*
I don’t mind that people call me Fassy. *laughs* Actually, I don’t know where that was born from, but when I did this film called “Eden Lake,” I was working with a group of young adults, teens, and they gave me the nickname “Fassy B”. So I find it quite endearing. It’s nice.
Interesting. If I had to choose between Oktoberfest and St. Patrick’s Day, I’d probably go for St. Patrick’s Day, because I do have a fear of snakes, and we all know that St. Patrick got rid of the snakes in Ireland.
I always remember in terms of sort of the first film that sort of strikes a note with me was the film that I didn’t get to see, which was— I eventually saw it, but it was “Flash Gordon”, and I remember queuing up outside the cinema in Killarney and being disappointed, because it just had reached full capacity. So I think I shed a tear that day.
If I was to be analyzed by either Freud or Jung… I have to say, I think I’m more in the Jungian camp, just because for me, personally, I don’t have any fixed idea or belief in anything. I think anything’s possible. And I think that’s probably more Jungian. I think Freud had more of a *holds hands in front of him like he’s sketching the shape of a bowl* structured approach to psychoanalysis. I think I’m more interested in what’s floating around in the ether, and what’s possible within the universe. So I guess I’d be more Jungian.
I would like to add that when “Flash Gordon” came out in the theater, Fassbender was three years old n’awww. Also, the UK was the one place where “Flash Gordon” did well at the box office, so there was reason for him to be all excited about it! Imagine little three-year-old Fassbender holding his mum’s hand and wanting to go see the exciting science fiction movie! And not getting to see it. OMG.
everything about this interview and his poorly disguised dorkiness FTMW.