5 Big Reasons to Add Little Ashes to Your Watchlist
5 Big Reasons to Add 'Little Ashes' to Your Watchlist
Robert Pattinson. Masturbation. And it's free. So, there's that.
In 2008 Robert Pattinson starred in a little film titled Little Ashes. It's a story about the life and relationships of Salvador Dalí (Pattinson) during the 1920s and 1930s. Although it's been nearly a decade since the film hit theaters, it didn't have a wide release, so few have had the opportunity to watch the film.
Still need convincing? Here are five reasons you should watch Little Ashes on Here TV:
1. Robert Pattinson Plays a Queer Salvador Dalí
The same year Pattinson played Edward Cullen in Twilight, he sprouted a thin mustache to portray Salvador Dalí in Little Ashes.
2. It's a Story About Same-Sex Love
In the midst of repression and political unrest, artist Salvador Dalí and poet Federico García Lorca had a secret love affair. Although their friendship was strong, the romantic side of their relationship was turbulent, to say the least.
Apparently, Pattinson takes method acting very seriously. The 30-year-old actor told Germany Interview magazine, “[Faking it] just doesn’t work ... so I pleasured myself in front of the camera. My orgasm face is recorded for eternity.”
4. It's an Award-Winning Film
There are tons of LGBT films out there, but they're not all created equal. Little Ashes won a GLAAD award for Outstanding Film — Limited Release at the 21st GLAAD Media Awards. It's a fantastic film with a unique storyline and an all-star cast. 'Nough said.
5. It's Free to Stream