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Samwise the Observer

Arwen Skywalker

Jun 19 2010, 7:59pm

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Samwise the Observer [In reply to] Can't Post

Thanks for your comments! What inspired me was the reaction of our two hobbits. During Faramir's speech about the dead Harad soldier, Frodo looked scared while Sam was soaking in the situation. His eyes were locked on the soldier. It says a lot about Sam's character that he is thinking more about the plight of "the enemy" than about the fact that he's just been captured.

Since these were originally Sam's thoughts in the book, having him be observant was a genius way for the film to connect these ideas back to the original source. Great minds really do think alike. So that's why I believe Faramir's speech would be enough to have Sam know in his heart that they're kindred spirits.

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A Thief in the Night (Frodo/Sam vignette) Arwen Skywalker Send a private message to Arwen Skywalker May 3 2010, 2:20am
    I like the new elements! Paul Erickson Send a private message to Paul Erickson May 27 2010, 3:27am
        Samwise the Observer Arwen Skywalker Send a private message to Arwen Skywalker Jun 19 2010, 7:59pm
    very thoughtful Lothlorian Send a private message to Lothlorian May 28 2010, 1:38pm
    Very well done! aranelthehobbit22 Send a private message to aranelthehobbit22 Jun 6 2010, 11:37pm


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