A third incredible trailer from Christopher Nolan’s new film “Interstellar” has been released. In the film, Matthew McConaughey plays an engineer who, along with several other scientists and astronauts, journeys through a newly discovered wormhole to save the world. The trailer features word’s from the beautiful Dylan Thomas poem “Night”.
Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
The world needs to see this. As Carl Sagan poetically forewarned…
“A civilization either becomes spacefaring or extinct.”
Ahhh, I see. Makes sense now. :) Yes, they’re both very moving and powerful tracks, I find.
Well, cheers for dropping me a message. It’s always nice to get lil Asks from time to time.
Oh and yes, I’m having a reasonably okay day today, thanks. Can’t complain. And it is Friday after all: no work for two days. WhooHOO!
Hope you’re having a grand day, yourself. Enjoy your weekend! ;)
"What do you mean I’m not your type?! That is so rude!"
Gender and sexuality are not cut and dry. Along with femininity and masculinity, they run a spectrum.
If I felt that uncomfortable about being a woman, I’d get a sex change. I am happy I am a woman and a lesbian and have no desire to change my sexuality/gender.
Well lucky you. I’m very happy for you. But unfortunately there are many people don’t have that luxury of being so content in their skin, with their body and knowing who they are.
And…1) A sex change isn’t always an option for people, for a variety of reasons.
2) A person might not want a sex change, if they are truly gender fluid.
3) Many people, me included, may be very uncomfortable in their skin and may wrestle with it for most of their lives and still not learn exactly who they are for a very long time, if at all. I still don’t know where I fall on the spectrum.
Please take a moment (seriously it’ll only take a 2 ticks..!) to sign and share this.
Hmm…random question. I don’t mind random. :)
Let’s see. I don’t love her and I don’t hate her. I do actually like some of her songs. Like most of the well known ones I think. Though I couldn’t go naming them.
Running up that Hill I do love though, as well as the Placebo cover of it. Oh, and I loved the song she did with Peter Gabriel: Don’t Give Up, I think it was called. Beautiful song, that. :)