More photos of Miro in the friendly match of Germany vs Chile - Miro only played the 1st half
Last training in Stuttgart prior to the friendly match against Chile…
News from kicker.de:
Klose who was missing in the team training on Monday is back in the squad in the final training on Tuesday, this indicates a green light for him to play in the friendly match against Chile.
Ohhhhhh yes!!!!! Can’t wait! Imma see you tomorrow, Miro! Got my jersey and my face paint. Let’s do this, living legend!
15.2.14: This boat is reaaaal.
Helsinki is crazy and I like it.
ETA: Yes, it totally was a high school graduation celebration!
Helsinki Cathedral, Finland (by lassi.kurkijarvi)
Glad to be going back, even if it is just for a couple days.
Oooh … have you heard about the War Of The Roses cycle that the Sydney Theatre Company put on with Cate Blanchett? Remind me to tell you about that one day and what they did with staging and falling stuff … :p
Oh no, that sounds incredible. I love Cate Blanchett (I mean, who doesn’t). Please, tell all!
Also, saw Private Lives screening last night. Oh my god. I can’t even begin to tell you how amazing it was (mostly because you already know). The cinema was in stitches. Anna Chancellor was so great (odd note, I loved how she moved her hands) and Toby was just charming (and stunning, especially in that dressing gown, hair all rakish and, well, you know…)—both were beautifully demented.
Now, though, I’m really curious to hear your opinion on it!
A few gifs from Private Lives.
Went to a screening of this last night in London. Simply wonderful.
Toby Stephens in the RSC production of Coriolanus.
Hi, thank you for the insight.
I guess I thought in the text the line was: ‘By Jupiter! forgot. I am weary; yea, my memory is tired…’ Not the more informal, ‘I forgot, I am tired’ — so it did fit the sentiment of the scene but it was the long, long pause (seemed longer than the act of forgetting for sake of a scene and his slight smile and searching eyes that broke a bit of character and the bit of a laugh—but it is possible these could all have been in character—this is just my perception that they did not fit the character he had established by that time in the play…) as well as the jumbling of the line, because after he said, ‘I forgot, I am tired’ he then got to the actual second half of the line, ‘I am weary etc.’ Also, there was an odd sincerity to the I am tired, rather then the sentiment of ‘never mind’ that was wonderfully meta, which drew a slight laugh from the crowd. He never actually broke character, it was clearly still in that mode but you could see the searching and a tiny sliver of Tom, the actor, peaking out. But again this is my perception.
Perhaps they took a bit more liberties with the confines of the script? Unfortunately, I do not have their version of the text. But, bottom line, it was not a detrimental jumbling but being there and seeing it happen it did seemed to throw him off for a moment because then it kept creeping back in the other moments.