BrokenLyre wrote:I did and it was interesting. More of this in the right place in the film would have been great for the character.
Yes, I agree. Keats needed to have some more intensity to him, like what was represented in that deleted scene. Ben Whishaw thought so, too (or so he said in several interviews).
But the way the story was written, it would have been "out of place" for him to show too much jealousy or heated emotion.
It's a shame, as it would have given his character some more complexity. I thought he was just a tad too ethereal--and even a little "dull" at times.
Raphael wrote:Has anyone seen the deleted scene where John and Fanny go to his lodgings before he goes to Italy? Ben plays him very intensely here. I thought he was brilliant.
Raphael wrote:No, no embroidery scene on the British DVD either Ennis.
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