I noticed something in the movie: Nothing But The Night,that triggered a real love for me when watching Mr Christopher Lee and his close friend,the great late Mr Peter Cushing acting together.It was as follows:
In the scene where Mr Lee is trying to persuade Mr Cushing to do him a favour in Mr Lee's Office.Mr Cushing gets angry,and shouts about how much pressure everyone is putting on him.As they reach the door of the office,i noticed how relieved Mr Cushing Was,as Mr Lee opened the door for him.They both exited the door,smiling with Mr Lee placing his hand on Mr Cushings shoulder.
Personally,i cannot help thinking that Mr Cushing may have found it really difficult to shout angrily at his close friend Mr Lee,and the friendly gesture of comfort Mr Lee gave Mr Cushing,By placing his hand on his shoulder as he was leaving,was a genuine thing,and not part of the scene or act.Mr Cushing and Mr Lee,to my mind,seemed seriously relieved that that particular scene was over,and that Mr Cushing had successfully completed it.I see their true friendship shining through in that scene,and i absolutely adore watching it.
Does anybody else see the scene in the same way i do,and their true friendship shining through in,what i perceive as,an awkward scenario for Mr Cushing?
Also,has anybody else spotted,what they believe,is their true friendship shining through in a scene in a movie?