Albert | Martin in Animals (2012)
Why is he always so perfect ?!!!!!
Oooh, you are in trouble now, Shezza.
Martin on his character… (x)
I love this shot! We are looking out at Sherlock and John from the interior of the laptop. (Note the reversed text on the screen. This is not a projection.)
This kind of storytelling just makes me really happy!
now, why don’t you strap on your angel wings and fly me back to my page on the calendar
The Crocodile’s Dilemma | paradox |
A crocodile, who has stolen a child, promises the father that his child will be returned if, and only if, he can correctly predict whether or not the crocodile will, in fact, return the child. If the father correctly guesses that the child will be returned, the transaction will go without a hitch.
But a dilemma could arise for the crocodile if the father guesses that his child will not be returned.
If, in that case, the crocodile decides to keep the child, he violates his own terms; the father’s prediction is correct, the child should be returned. However, if the crocodile then decides to return the child, he is still in violation of his terms, the father’s prediction is falsified, and the child should not be returned.
There is no justifiable solution.
Martin Freeman on how he does a different performance every take (x)
This whole interview is absolutely brilliant. I highly recommend a listen whether your a fan or not because it really delves into writing and acting as a whole, not just Martin.