Are we allowed to admit it if we, err, may or may not have seen the script, like once or twice or so? Maybe on accident like, you know, you're riding your bike and you fall and your face lands in this movie script you found lying around? That would be okay?
No but seriously, I did see it posted somewhere a long while back and I couldn't help it, I couldn't help it,
Brick bumped like five movies out of my list of top ten the first time I saw it, and then suddenly one day on IMDB or something there was a link to where it was posted and, it was like asking me not to eat the Ben & Jerry's or really, there's that hundred bucks on the ground in the middle of nowhere, you should just not touch it or, basically other things that are really desirable and we're asked as adults to turn the other way and instead we regress to ten years old and go, "NO. MINE."
I've read the script and I already know this is going in my top three of favorites, after The Usual Suspects and Shallow Grave, and maybe even before Shallow Grave, but I'll reserve judgment as yet.
As I said in a different thread, I am really partial to the aesthetic and sensibility of China, the art and the language and all that juicy stuff. I do Kung Fu and studied Chinese medicine and I am salivating over this China development, it is so cool.
You guys started filming today, how am I supposed to concentrate at work now?