Friday, May 13, 2016


Sometimes I forget just how incredible and authentic Brendan Sexton is, how he can take a small, seemingly insignificant role and make it memorable, that is, until I re-watch something like The Killing. Brendan has the quiet ability to be real and effortless in his acting so that he blends in and moves the story closer towards perfection. Even in films that I wasn't super crazy about, Brendan is always able to shine like no one ever has or will.

(groovy photo kidnapped from someduesomedont)

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