Do We Have the Will to Stop the Depression Epidemic? | "The poor kid was a very troubled young man," he said. "He was generous and good natured, but he just had that demon in there. There is no blame in this at all. It's not the bridge's fault, it's not anybody's fault. It's just that he was a very troubled young man. He had a problem and that's it."
But the scene that both actors single out as memorable is the proposal scene, shot under rain machines. “That was a good scene,’ says MacFadyen, “We called it the ‘car crash scene’”. He describes it as his favorite while Knightley says it was the most difficult.
It is easy to see how I could have fallen in love with this little guy the second he came into the studio in his mother's arms. We were fast friends. He was a busy guy, but he always kept an eye on me and would gladly stop for just a moment to flash those baby blues my way. MELT! We wanted a