"I’m attracted to the idea of drowning, or rather the idea of jumping off and being enveloped by something, not bad or good, just enveloping. When I was a kid, I had a moment when I got under the water, lying on the pool floor, and felt I could breathe. I’ve been trying to recreate that feeling ever since." (Florence Welch)
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I’ve watched this scene countless times, and yet this small detail I’ve never noticed before. Pocahontas sprints through the forest, and suddenly the music changes in tempo, perhaps matching her frantic heart. We as the audience want her to get there, we want her to be there with the one she loves.
Pocahontas runs until she run no further, and, reaching the cliff, there is a moment where she leans forward slightly, almost as if she were to dive into the water below and follow him. But, at the last moment, something stops her. It is just this little detail that really makes this scene stand out as one of the most emotional endings to a Disney film.
"Sunny, hot, rich, and beautiful," is how makeup artist Pat McGrath described the typical Sicilian look. That all translated to luminous skin, golden lids, and flushed cheeks.