Volumnia: “Come let us go. This fellow had a Volscian to his mother; His wife is in Corioles, and this child like him by chance. Yet give us your dispatch. I am hushed, until our city be afire, and then I’ll speak a little.”
I spent yesterday and today finally viewing Coriolanus at the local cinema. Honestly, I wasn’t sure how I would feel about it, as I knew nothing of the story (having not read the play) and Shakespeare is not something I have devoted a lot of time to. So yes, I was going mainly because of Tom Hiddleston, but I am a keen theatre person so I was looking forward to having the chance to view the play as a whole.
I thought, “What could Loki be doing?” He could be reading a book. He could be doing something. I thought, maybe he’s just lying in bed, ruminating on his future. […] Somewhere in the outtakes, there’s a… Because when you’re lying on a bed and tossing a cup up, it sort of alters your perception of the horizontal axis. And most times I was able to flip up the cup and catch it in front of my face, and then, on one particular occasion, I just missed, and a steel mug slammed me right in the forehead.Thor: The Dark World Commentary
— Is it possible dat I sould love de enemy of France?
— No; it is not possible you should love the enemy of
France, Kate: but, in loving me, you should love
the friend of France; for I love France so well that
I will not part with a village of it; I will have it
all mine: and, Kate, when France is mine and I am
yours, then yours is France and you are mine.
Thor The Dark World - Commentary by Tom Hiddleston
I am fully aware that this is probably going to bring some hate my way, but I really need to vent and get this all out. It’s been swirling around my mind for the past few months and I just really need to get my bit out, to bring myself some piece of mind and hopefully knock some sense into others.