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Rupert Everett has long been a martyr to his passions, but lately he’s had something else on his mind. Victoria Coren, a lifelong fan, joins him for dinner to talk about his excoriating memoirs, his portrayal of Oscar Wilde and his urge to be a serious man
Photograph: Hamish Brown for the Observer
“I’ve got to that age, I’m over the yard arm. I love funerals. Good hymns, nice church, funny-looking people pottering down the aisle. I hate parties and I never go to people’s houses, but I love funerals.”
He is glad, then, that he didn’t throw his father on the bonfire, much though he hopes someone can overcome the legalities to arrange that for himself.
“No, I loved his funeral. It was the opening of my funeral season. It was a real moment for me. So many of my friends came – and I really loved my father during it, which I hadn’t always during his life. And since then… you’ll think I’m getting Shirley MacLaineish, but you can have good relations with dead people. Whether it’s the memory cells throwing them up occasionally or whether it’s a parallel universe, relationships go on.”
Ranger cabin on the Wonderland Trail near Indian Henry’s hunting ground in Mount Rainier, Washington.
Contributed by Catherine Johnson. More photos here.
Oh my gosh this is like the opening to a bad romantic comedy.
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“Tell me about a time she was compassionate.”
He took a couple minutes, then said, haltingly: “It’s not about a time. She’s compassionate toward who I am. Every time.”
Love. That’s love, yes?
No acepten lo habitual como cosa natural pues en tiempos de desorden sangriento, de confusión organizada, de arbitrariedad consciente, de humanidad deshumanizada, nada debe parecer imposible de cambiar. — Bertolt Brecht (via thedailyeli)
Let nothing be called natural. In an age of bloody confusion, ordered disorder, planned caprice, and dehumanized humanity, lest all things be held unalterable!