Now I use my willpower to wait for you, Eddie, to care for you and love you. I have to believe that one dayyou’re going to get better.’Cause like I said to you all that time ago,if the world doesn’t end. I wanna be here, at home, with you And that’s how I live now.
"As I began to explore what drives Epps, I began to see that at heart, he is both confused and affronted by Northup. In a farming world where little is certain, Epps has come to find a certain personal sense of control in his cruelly paternal, dictatorial relationship with his slaves, but Northup defies that, even if in subtle ways. And I think because Solomon is of greater intelligence than Epps, and Epps perhaps doesn’t even have the intelligence to suss that out. But there is something about Solomon he feels threatened by. He knows there’s something at play that he can’t put his finger on. He feels inadequate when he’s around him, which I think is very much at the root of their relationship. For Solomon, it is a constant dance with an unpredictable and violent man." — Michael Fassbender on his character Edwin Epps
Don’t even think about anybody coming for you, not the doctors, not your agent, not your family — because I never called them. Nobody knows you’re here. And you better hope nothing happens to me because if I die, you die.
Was or am? *crosses fingers for ‘N Sync reunion*