|Tell me a story! Don't toy with me... ;) ( *groan!*)
||[Jan. 14th, 2008|11:24 am]
Can you write a story or play/screenplay in six words? ;) For example:
LEIA: The baby is yours. LUKE: Bad news. . .
"Writer ignores editor's word limit and."
"He read his obituary with confusion."
Give me your best shot! ;) Oh, and no limit. Submit as many as you like. :)
And Emo Girls, the doll. Do emo girls wear pink?
usual suspects reference. and just to be a nerd the office of kaiser was annuled at the end of world war 1 (sorry) :)
Well I knew that, but I figured with it being a Germany reference... I know bad shit went down with Kevin's Dad, so that's why I was confused.
I started watching The Usual Suspects, but the rape, and then consequent murder of the children and wife really upset me. Never finished it.
sorry that was rather patronising, and sorry for ruining the ending. what went down with his dad. was he a nazi?
A google search bring up A LOT, but here's the basic idea. :(
Spacey's Brother Reveals Abusive Past
Hollywood actor Kevin Spacey's older brother Randall Fowler has unveiled a dark harrowing past, where he was sexually abused by their Nazi-obsessed father. Fowler, who earns his money as a Rod Stewart look-alike, is currently working on a book called I'm Spacey's Brother Whether He Likes It Or Not, in which he plans to expose an array of buried family secrets - including his own abuse by his would-be writer father Geoff, who died in 1992 at the age of 68. According to Fowler, his father was an ultra right-wing, perverted sadist and a member of the American Nazi party who trimmed his moustache to resemble his idol Adolf Hitler. And while he claims his father regularly beat Kevin and their sister Julie, Randall says he was put through the horror of sexual molestation. He says, "I constantly threatened my father that if he ever touched (Kevin) I'd confront my mother with what was going on and that would destroy the family. I really felt I was sacrificing myself for the sake of my little bother. (Kevin) was so determined to avoid the whippings, that he just minded his Ps and Qs until there was nothing inside. He had no feelings." Spacey's spokesperson Staci Wolfe tells America's Star magazine, "(Randall's) claim against his father is a very serious one and has been a difficult personal family matter. The family all feel deeply for his situation. Kevin has not experienced any of the distress his brother describes - he has never been a victim of abuse. He can only sympathize with him." Randall claims that in 1987, he confronted Spacey about his sexuality, to which the actor responded, "I don't consider myself heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual - just sexual." Randall adds, "To the best of my knowledge, Kevin has never had a real relationship with anyone except our mother. He's an empty vessel. Neither of us had a chance, growing up with two such damaged parents."