Every once in a while, an image from the movies will stick in my mind, and be impossible to forget. I think this has happened to pretty much everyone who’s ever been to a movie.
This is one of those images that haunts me. It’s the final scene of Damage.
There’s this guy, and the movie is about his choices: “What really makes us is beyond grasping, is way beyond knowing. We’re given to love because it gives us some sense of what is unknowable. Nothing else matters, not in the end.”
This is his wall.
Now, Damage is a decades-old film—it’s commonplace now, thanks to online powerhouses like Society6 and Etsy, etc., to have full-wall size posters of the images we love, or the place we want to be, or what-have-you. But in 1992, it was not.
If you could only have one thing on your wall, no matter the size, what would it be?