Can we talk about how Cap and Bucky have opposite masks?
Cap has mouth and eyes exposed, forehead covered. Bucky has mouth covered and eyes painted black, his forehead exposed.
What a lovely symmetry.
But the symbolism too. Cap’s is a helmet, protection, to keep him safe from physical harm. Bucky’s is a muzzle to keep him silent and anonymous and on a leash.
why exactly would you do this
What’s your favorite music right now? ”I’m listening to Alt-J, BANKS, Woodkid. I’m a fan of Disclosure. One of my favorite, favorite, favorite bands that I’m just playing to death at the moment is First Aid Kit. I’m into either like sort of folksy Civil Wars kind of stuff at the moment, or sort of like moody. I listen to a lot of moody music recently, which is funny because I’m so happy. But it just makes me happy. So weird. — Adelaide Kane for the Just Jared Spotlight Series
Chilton’s house looked very cold and sterile. Pretty much everything we saw was light colored, or white, sleek, and modern looking. I was talking to Jae about it and he made the comment that it looked like Chilton moved into the house and left it the way it was. I mean, obviously he did change it in some way because it is where he lives, but its easy to joke about because of how bland everything is.
I think there was something exciting about getting to see the inside of Chilton’s house, because it is an extension of his character. It shows us another side of him. Its a very open place, very light colored, which is much different from where he works. At the hospital, the lighting and color schemes are all very dark, so maybe the reason for the contrast is wanting a happy, open, place. It also leads me to believe that he prefers daytime over nighttime, which makes quite a bit of sense.
You’d think, much like the way he dresses, that there would be some obvious similarities between Chilton’s home and Hannibal’s home, but there is not one — except maybe all of the corpses. I think that’s interesting as well.