Maybe someone who was there will post some specifics of the eulogy.
It would be nice to hear what PTA had to say.
its funny when you grieve over someone you've never met. its almost like grieving over a fictional character, you know?
i know him best through his characters, and they've all come to an end when his pictures finish, and they come back alive when you begin the film again. and as immortal as that sounds, the true tragedy for me is the death of all of his characters including ones we've never seen. but that was just beautiful.
Agreed, that interview has some great insight into happiness and death and the movies PSH has been in.
It's surprisingly relevant to the recent events.
On the subject of grieving over someone you don't know, this is actually the first time one of my personal (living) heroes has died.
It doesn't seem real, I still find myself thinking about him and realizing he's gone. It comes as a shock every time for me.
I'll admit to legitimately crying myself to sleep the night I found out.
It'll take quite a while for me to get over this, a lot of people were really attached to him and his characters like you said.
I think it's especially tragic considering his talent. He found real, believable human beings in every character I've seen him play.
Best wishes to him for whatever comes after life, if anything.Master would have told us to laugh./end of attempted meaningful post.