So people talk about Benedict’s characters always dying in his films or being very tragic (the first example that comes to mind is of course Third Star, which is a total Kleenex fest), but Martin Crieff is the character out of all them that I deem most heartbreaking. GUYS, THIS IS MEANT TO BE A COMEDY.
There’s a lot of Sherlock/John on my blog, so I can see why you might be fooled, but Martin Crieff/Happiness is the real OTP here.
I’m laughing and crying at the same time OMG
This is the audio to go with my martin creiff cabin pressure angsty quote thingy
Anonymous asked: I think the Dutch Tulip Man is my favorite character in a story within a story. I particularly like that the only godlike figure I observed in the story was, even in-universe, considered a fictional character, but still a compelling and confusing one... I couldn't figure out a way to phrase that as a question. My statement is basically that DTM=God withing TFiOS, not just within An Imperial Affliction.
I mean, it’s no coincidence that throughout the novel, Hazel and Augustus keep talking about whether they think the Dutch Tulip Man is what he is claimed to be, and when they talk about this, you could very easily replace the words “Dutch Tulip Man” with the word “God.”
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