This?

Okay, yes — an intriguing taste of Terry Gilliam‘s The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. But where’s the clip featuring Heath Ledger that anyone who’s even half interested in this film wants to see? To think that someone actually thought things through and said, “Yes….this is the clip we’ll make available.”

13 thoughts on “This?

  1. hunterd on said:

    Ummm…I find Lily Cole FASCINATING to look at.

  2. agreed about Lily Cole– she has that interesting Victorian face that I’ve seen in old Victorian/Edwardian drawings in British books (Alice in Wonderland comes to mind).

  3. I like that in the clip that actually does show Heath Ledger … he’s wearing an Eyes Wide Shut mask.

    Double-agreed about Lily Cole. A quick search also shows that her interesting Victiorian face has been in Playboy, woo-hoo!

  4. So in essence you’re saying that they should actively address the “real” reason anyone would want to see the movie, which is the dead man. Maybe you can petition Gilliam to throw in some autopsy photos over the end credits.

  5. agreed about Lily Cole– she has that interesting Victorian face that I’ve seen in old Victorian/Edwardian drawings in British books (Alice in Wonderland comes to mind).

  6. I’m pretty sure a feature-length Ledger autopsy film would easily outgross Gilliam’s last three pictures combined…

    Sick. Sad. Probably true.

  7. “But where’s the clip featuring Heath Ledger that anyone who’s even half interested in this film wants to see?”

    Come on, Jeff, they’re going to build the entire marketing campaign around Ledger. There will be at least two weeks where you’ll see those commercials on TV, a month where the ad will be in theaters, and the week of release, you’ll have a dozen articles about “Heath Ledger’s final film — but is it as good as Dark Knight?!?!” Sometimes, you complain about these things, but then you complain even harder when somebody *doesn’t* do them.

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