Did you lose your fight, huh?
please be cute somewhere else if u have no intention to hit on me
A Single Man (2009)
I reviewed Kill Your Darlings and praised the hell out of Dane DeHaan, who I’m falling more and more in love with after every film he does.
Kill Your Darlings is by no means a historically accurate film, a simple google of the story it depicts show that events have been rearranged or changed and the writers have drawn their own conclusions as to what actually happened. Instead this is a film that strives to capture an era in history and literature that is highly regarded by so many, and provide an insight into the early lives and relationships of well-loved American writers. With his feature debut John Krokidas has set a high standard for himself; the film and it’s story is constantly engaging but it is Dane DeHaan’s immense talent that enhances the film so much and makes Lucien Carr one of the more interesting characters committed to film in 2013.