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Favorite scene in BrBa thread.
Mine is from s01eo03, where a young Gretchen and Walt are dissecting the chemical makeup of the human body. When Walt can't quite account for 100%, Gretchen offers up 'the soul' as a candidate for the remainder.
Facing away toward the blackboard Walt momentarily scoffs at this explanation, thinking that surely she is joking, then turns around to see a sincere Gretchen staring back.
I think it's brilliant because it shows a young Walt, years, if not decades prior to his current tumults being a little dismissive, and perhaps a bit cocky, in the face of genuine emotion. I think that without being cold, he is already slightly disconnected from the 'normal' world, he is perhaps a tad colder, and points to the fact that his generally reserved nature before his transformation is probably more toughness than sensitivity.
He's by no means being a dick, but I think without this pre-existing self-assuredness, his transformation would not be possible.
Also, well aware this isn't /r/, but if someone could tell me what the instrumental playing in the background is, I'd be most grateful. It's like a chilling yet warm haunting harp or something, wish I had an mp3 of it...
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The Perks of Being a Wallflower
>85 percent on Rotten Tomatoes
Dear god this movie is terrible, its such rote teen drama, the dialogue is so wooden and tryhard, teenagers do not talk like this, ten minutes in and I'm about to turn it off. Guess I'll keep watching, but I don't see how it could get better