I feel like there was a fog in front of my eyes for 36 years, and the second Lily-Rose was born, that fog just lifted and everything became totally clear and focused~ Johnny Depp To the world you may be one person,but to one person you may be the world.
Wow, thanks so much for those..DAMN but that scene, including the beginning of it, up against the wall is SO HOT!! And that last thrust...Geezus..some great acting there
I always got the impression she was enjoying it, even after she began to be uncomfortable with his uncharacteristicly rough behavior. I mean, the two are not nec. diametrically opposed ya know... when she gets that dazed look in her eyes and goes even limper and says his name over and over, esp. the last few times she says it...uh huh..I think so. Sure, she's freaked out and feeling some pain, but her performance always struck me, from the first time I saw it, as pleasure and pain mixed. Or perhaps I am projecting ;D Maybe that's not what she was going for at all, just my interpretation.
Even the aftereffects (soreness) don't preclude her having enjoyed it to some degree, not ime
This sounds almost like I'm suggesting a rape victim enjoyed it, which I'm not, 'cause I don't see the scene that way at all...much more complex than that, though there is a current of violence and domination running through it, of course, esp. given what comes later.
I really like this film, though it usually gets very mixed reviews, but like 9th Gate, he plays a rather unsympathetic role SO well. (and yeah, I know Spencer's technically a "victim", but "his" (really the invading other's) after personality and behavior leave something to be desired in the sympathetic department )
Now, I must know, exactly what was Johnny's "explanation" of that scene?? I may have seen/read it, but I forget, and now my, er, curiosity is aroused ;D