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Picture: Every Tear

Just something very simple. I heard the line in a song and loved it immediately. Also, I found it very fitting. So I made this.
*sob*

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tracionn
Jun. 17th, 2011 09:38 pm (UTC)
Thank you! It IS a sad scene though...*sobs more*

Thanks for the link as well!!! I love it :)
idvo
Jun. 18th, 2011 12:58 am (UTC)
Oh, this is so sad and beautiful... Thank you for sharing this!
tracionn
Jun. 18th, 2011 07:03 am (UTC)
Thank you so much! I just rewatched ST I and II yesterday and yes, it is sad... *sob*

No idea what I would have done had I lived back then, NOT knowing there'll be a ST III. Gone crazy probably.



coeurdesoleil
Jun. 18th, 2011 10:26 am (UTC)
This is beautiful! The expression on Kirk's face is heartbreaking!

(are you all set for your trip to the US? ;) )
tracionn
Jun. 18th, 2011 12:39 pm (UTC)
Thank you so much bb! Yes, Kirk is - understandably so - rather devastated. And how his voice breaks! Heartbreaking indeed...God, am so glad there's ST III.

Yep, I'm more or less set (I've started packing already a week ago) and on Thursday I'm flying. If I won't have a nervous breakdown 'coz of all the excitment before then that is :)

Will think of you!!!
♥ ♥ ♥

coeurdesoleil
Jun. 18th, 2011 02:39 pm (UTC)
Eeeeep I am so excited for you, darling!! Have a wonderful time!!!!
natashasolten
Jun. 18th, 2011 03:54 pm (UTC)
Very nice. I was a Trek fan back in the day of that film and it was terrible when Spock died, but the rumors had gone on about it for so long it was not a surprise. And as that movie was released there were many many rumors that Spock would be resurrected for future movies, so we had that to hang onto. And fix-it fanfiction was immediately written and published in fanzines, so we all got quite comforted by that. But many people still hate that movie and the people involved with the idea to do that to Spock. I thought it was rather a stupid idea, when so many science fiction ideas were out there just waiting to be made into stories. All fans wanted was more Star Trek. It did not have to be something that destroyed it on a creating whim. It also appeared to be a kind of weird disrespect toward fans and the show to do that. Trek has never, in its history, had a smooth ride. Look how long it's taking to make another reboot...and that's a cash cow. What's their problem? There should be a blockbuster new reboot every summer!
tracionn
Jun. 18th, 2011 05:43 pm (UTC)
I was a Trek fan back in the day of that film and it was terrible when Spock died, but the rumors had gone on about it for so long it was not a surprise. And as that movie was released there were many many rumors that Spock would be resurrected for future movies, so we had that to hang onto.
Ah I'm glad to hear. So then even without a world wide connection as we have today there were ways to get to the important rumours fast.

And fix-it fanfiction was immediately written and published in fanzines, so we all got quite comforted by that.
Ha! That's fandom for you. I'm curious to read some of those stories and sooner or later I will encounter them in the zines - and I shall look forward to that!

I thought it was rather a stupid idea, when so many science fiction ideas were out there just waiting to be made into stories. All fans wanted was more Star Trek.
And understandable so! And you're right, there are - and surely were - brilliant ideas out there.

Look how long it's taking to make another reboot...and that's a cash cow. What's their problem? There should be a blockbuster new reboot every summer!
Crossing fingers you won't have to wait thaaat much longer!

Thanks so much for leaving a comment!





Thank you so much for leaving a comment :)
catalenamara
Jun. 19th, 2011 04:12 am (UTC)
Beautiful!

>>>Ah I'm glad to hear. So then even without a world wide connection as we have today there were ways to get to the important rumours fast.

Yes indeed. We got out the word quickly on anything of interest - telephone trees (where someone would call a few people and each in turn would call a few more). And postal mail worked quite well too. The monthly newsletters kept people informed on anything of interest.

See you soon! :-)
tracionn
Jun. 19th, 2011 08:21 am (UTC)
Thank you so much!

We got out the word quickly on anything of interest - telephone trees (where someone would call a few people and each in turn would call a few more). And postal mail worked quite well too.
Ah - of course Star Trek fen would be inventive and supportive :)


See you soon indeed!
^-^

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