I just needed to share…

So, I had been following this telenovela for the past year and it finished around two weeks ago. It was being the most horrifying ending I had ever seen on television (really, I know that sometimes they try to run from the ‘happily ever after’ endings and make all the wrong decisions, but a damn bloodbath was a *really* bad call) and then… it turned out to be the most brilliant plot twist I’ve ever had the pleasure to witness in a motherfucking telenovela!! And right when I was thinking “God, this is a really good ending!”, BAM, they made it even better!!

Man, I don’t know. Maybe it’s because I like to write and my imagination is a bit wild sometimes, I really found it to be a very original way to close a story and definitely one of the best endings these productions ever had. But of course, people had to come and complain that it was all too confusing, they didn’t understand shit and, obviously, they hated it.

Like, I can get why some people wouldn’t like it. But saying that you didn’t understand it? Jesus, you don’t have to be a fucking genius!! The dude was a writer; everything was just a story featuring the people he knew in real life. Also, he was madly in love with the girl - so in love, he changed the ending so they could be together, at least once. Like, how hard is that to get?

And this, kids, is why we can’t have nice things… :(

spookycrocettis:

Gillian Anderson and the cast of A Streetcar Named Desire taking their final bows at the Young Vic Theatre.

tarcaryen:

destroy this new idea that a woman can’t be strong if she cries over a man she’s lost. destroy the idea that you have to be cold and emotionally detached in order to be a strong woman

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