#forever obsessed with his acting choices in this film #even his cockiness in the beginning has a worryingly unstable edge #completely blind to anyone other than himself but steve #just riding the edge of the wave of his handsomeness and charm #a boy about to go to war who’s never known anything but being the shining light of his own life #and then he goes tumbling into the dark #look at that face; those eyes
Whoever he used to be and the guy he his now…
I don’t think he’s the kind you save, he’s the kind you stop.
Friedrich Nietzsche (via depayzement)
Like I don’t think it really hit me how young they all were when SLTS and Nevermind dropped, how they were only a few years older than I am now. And now seeing Krist and Dave grown up, and seeing how different they are now, and all the things they’ve accomplished since then, really puts into perspective how little of their lives they’d lived up until that point, how they weren’t even close to being the people they’d grow up to be in the future. Kurt did deserve a full, long life, to create and grow and be able to look back on that time with fondness and nostalgia, instead of it being all he had.