The worried expressions of Cloud Strife.
So… I went back and found these to follow-up on toughcroissant’s comment about camera angles and Cloud’s expressions when he finds Tifa in Aerith’s garden. It may seem like the same look on his face, but up close you can tell every little change in his worry for Tifa’s safety as well as the guilt setting in once again.
There isn’t any Aerith involvement in this scene until after Cloud is hit by the Geostigma episode. That’s when she comes in(along with Zack, right? Because I always got the feeling that the wolf was Zack’s representation) and she heals the both of them. Before that, it’s purely a Cloud/Tifa scene, though not a romantic one, I will admit, but it’s just the two of them. They are the focus, which is pretty significant when you take into consideration that they’re in Aerith’s church, on her flowers.
But I digress… the point was that Cloud does indeed show many little expressions in his worry for Tifa, and where else do you see these looks during ACC? Nowhere, because he doesn’t care for anyone else on the level that he does Tifa, and more-than-likely the children.
And these expressions happen in a span of minute, give or take, right?
lame edits are mineXD
Wolf Children: Ame & Yuki (おおかみこどもの雨と雪 Ōkami Kodomo no Ame to Yuki), 2012
Director: Mamoru Hosoda
- "Hana is a 19-year-old student who falls in a "fairy-tale like" love with a "wolf man". Over the course of the 13-year story Hana gives birth to two children - Yuki, and Ame, or "Snow and Rain". At first the family quietly lives in the city trying to hide their wolf heritage, but Hana makes the decision to move to a rural town, far from their previous city life, in order to let her children grow up how they choose - as either human or wolf.”
Introspection - Full Image
When I go for long walks or sit out on my porch at night for a while with nothing to distract me, it feels like my mind is able to sort through all the extraneous thoughts and mental noise I’ve accumulated and just kind of… let it go. It’s something I don’t do often enough.
Harbor Attic - Gosplan
Located in the small fishing town of Camogli, Italy is Harbor Attic, a 35 square meter attic residence designed by Gosplan. Situated above a fisherman’s private residence, the house provides two small bedrooms, studio, kitchen, living room, limited floor space and an abundance of built in storage.
Visual Development from Frozen by Lisa Keene