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January 22, 2001
As for Arwen and the Last
I agree with Brian that the Arwen-Cut-Pic must be a shot from
the scene at Elronds Ford. Furthermore, the wound on Arwens cheek doesn't look like a
wound caused by a sword; it rather looks like a scratch from a branch that hit her during
the scene where she tried to get away from the Ringwraiths. Remember the scene in the
first teaser where she rode at high speed through a wood? Could well be...
But when I saw Sean Bean as Boromir -- that was just great, he looked... fitting. Same with other characters -- especially Sam -- who now have a more believable look in my own imagination.
I consider myself a true Tolkien-Fan. Still I think that the Movies will rather contribute to our own imagination and let us see things we may have not even imagined before. Praise to PJ, for even if he has to alter parts of the story, others will gain so much, will become so lively, that I will hardly mourn any loss. For in my mind, the Story will never change.
And even now I long for the cold shiver I will get when
seeing hordes of Orcs storming Helms Deep, when Theoden and Aragorn speak to their men to
rally them on and when The Ring wil finally fall into the Fire...