Breakfast on Pluto

Fue una agradable sorpresa que esta película y yo coincidiéramos. La disfruté al máximo: llorando, enterneciéndome, disfrutando de los diálogos excelentes y asombrándome de la increíble actuación de Cillian Murphy.

Desde mi punto de vista, esta película es acerca de cómo permanecer fiel a la esencia de uno mismo sin importar las consecuencias, cómo permanecer de pie mientras se busca y sobre el deseo de amar y ser amado.

Algunos fragmentos de los diálogos que me encantaron:

Billy Hatchett: You're way out of your league, Patrick. You don't know what you're dealing with. Don't fucking know.
Patrick "Kitten" Braden: Oh, I do. I know, all right. I knew you were only joking about the roses... and the sweets, too, probably. But it was nice while it lasted.

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: Well, it's my mother really, I call her that... to pretend it's a story... that's happening to someone else, you see.

Mr. Silky String: Why do you pretend that?

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: Beacause otherwise I might cry and never stop.

Bertie: What did she realize, Kitten?

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: That all the songs she'd listened to, all the love songs, that they were only songs.

Bertie: What's wrong with that?

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: Nothing, if you don't believe in them. But she did, you see. She believed in enchanted evenings, and she believed that a small cloud passed overhead and cried down on a flower bed, and she even believed there was breakfast to be had...

Bertie: Where?

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: On Pluto. The mysterious, icy wastes of Pluto.

Patrick "Kitten" Braden: If I wasn't a transvestite terrorist, would you marry me?

Robin 2: What do you know about Mitzi Gaynor?

Robin 1: Nothing. But as Oscar Wilde said, "I love to talk about nothing. It's the only thing I know anything about."

Por si fuera poco, el sountrack es absolutamente delicioso:
  • "Sugar Baby Love" (1974) The Rubettes
  • "Ghost Riders In the Sky" (1948) Noel Eccles (as N. Eccles), J. Smyth and Denis Woods "Why Am I So Gone (About That Gal)" (1957)
  • "Les Girls" (1957)
  • "Isle of Inisfree" (1952) The Dublin Screen Orchestra
  • "The Quiet Man" (1952) The Dublin Screen Orchestra
  • "The Way!" (1952) The Dublin Screen Orchestra
  • "The Race" (1952) The Dublin Screen Orchestra
  • "Me & My Arrow" (1971) Harry Nilsson
  • "You're Such a Good Looking Woman" (1969) Joe Dolan
  • "Running Bear" (1959) Gavin Friday
  • "You're Breakin' My Heart" (1972) Harry Nilsson
  • "Honey" (1968) Bobby Goldsboro
  • "Me & Mrs. Jones" (1972) Billy Paul
  • "Wig Wam Bam" (1972) Gavin Friday
  • "Sand" (1966) Gavin Friday, Cillian Murphy
  • "Everyday" (1974) Slade
  • "Fuck the British Army"
  • "Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep" (1970) Middle of the Road
  • "The Moonbeam Song" (1971) Harry Nilsson
  • "Freelance Fiend" (1971) Leafhound
  • "The Wombling Song" (1973) The Wombles
  • "Feelings" (1956-1975) Morris Albert
  • "Tell Me What You Want" (1974) Jimmy Ruffin
  • "The Windmills of Your Mind" (1968) Dusty Springfield
  • "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (1933) Billy Livsey
  • "Caravan" (1937) Santo & Johnny
  • "Children of the Revolution" (1972) T-Rex
  • "No More White Horses" (1970) Ttwo (as T2)
  • "For the Good Times" (1970) Kris Kristofferson
  • "Dream World" Don Downing
  • "Breakfast on Pluto" (1968) Don Partridge
  • "For What It's Worth" (1967) Buffalo Springfield
  • "Love Is a Many Splendored Thing" (1955) Paul Francis Webster
  • "Makes You Blind" (1976) Glitter Band
  • "Rock Your Baby" (1974) George McCrae
  • "In the Rain" (1971) The Dramatics
  • "Madame George" (1968) Van Morrison
  • "Cypress Avenue" (1968) Van Morrison
  • "Fly Robin Fly" (1975) Silver Convention
  • "How Much Is That Doggy in the Window" (1952) Patti Page
  • "Zadok the Priest" (1727) Huddersfield Choral Society

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