Think about Mike Collins being the first one ever alone THAT FAR in the outer space waiting for the Armstrong and Buzz to come back from the moon.
Something really terrifying and beautiful at the same time.
There was the moment he was totally alone in the universe, on the other side of the moon, without any signal from the world.
Blows my mind
How is that I can talk to someone one day, and the next one, it's like we don't even know each other?
It seems like they lined up for us one long and soft path to the ending. Its not like it left me with hell of emotions once it ended. I've had time, they gave me time to reflect, and I did.
Never felt so peaceful and at the same time so not.
The most beautiful thing is, or rather are, the eggs and beacon sizzling on the pan, and powerful scenes with music that makes us cry or evokes other beautiful emotions like sense of fulfilment. So I mean combination of SOMETHING BIG and EXISTENTIAL and SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL but CASUAL like normal morning breakfast (an act of kindness, motherlike need, feeling like at home).
It brings SO MUCH MORE when interconnected.
And I just can't get enough of Joe Hisaishi, he helped so much to bring the soul and timelessness to this movie.