Me too.I want to go when it opens.But from what I see of it so far I don't think it's going to be crap.
I do hope the movie justifies to my friends my love for Keats. That's probably asking too much from one little movie. People around me don't seem to care about Keats or care about why he fascinates me so much. (That's why I am on this forum
But if the movie is the only real chance my friends have to learn about John Keats, it sure would be nice if they walked away from it with some sympathetic understanding and appreciation for him. That's my hope at least. Just maybe they will understand me better too. We'll see, I guess.
Part of me really doesn't care what the uninitiated think about Keats. I just don't want to have to explain my love for Keats further if the movie portrays him in a poor light. It's hard enough as it is explaining to anybody Keats's remarkable life. I hope the movie doesn't make it tougher. The burden we bear
"Come... dry your eyes, for you are life, rarer than a quark and unpredictable beyond the dreams of Heisenberg; the clay in which the forces that shape all things leave their fingerprints most clearly. Dry your eyes... and let's go home."