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First of all, although the main cast came from all over the world, in general, their American accents passed muster. Pattinson and de Ravin both were convincing. To the untrained ear she sounded right.
Indeed, some of those working on the film were astonished when she was out of character and used her native accent. Their performances resonated and drew the audience in because Emilie and Robert brought Ally and Tyler to life with seemingly effortless ease.
The relationship between Tyler and Ally feels genuine rather than contrived. There was no trace of Claire from Lost or Edward from Twilight.
It was only Ally and Tyler. When Tyler approaches Ally in the student union with his line about a sociological survey, she is not at all taken in. She outright lies about her age, to put him off.
Finally, she lets him in. Letting Ally in is big. The pacing was generous, which lent credibility and allowed the actors to ease into the scenes, just as real relationships usually take time to evolve.
Some would call it slow pacing, meaning boring, but because nothing was hurried, it felt like Ally and Tyler were really getting to know each other. In this way, viewers could absorb the process of two people falling in love, not just the highlights.
Most films gloss over everything. In them, it takes so little for characters to fall in love: And because it happens so fast, it is so predictable.
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Some of these same elements are in Remember Me but are not handled stereotypically. The pacing helped Emilie and Robert to breathe life into their interactions in the most ordinary way. Hard to put my finger on it, but Ally and Tyler seemed to be really attentive to each other and these characters seemed both ordinary and original.
The performances Emilie and Robert gave were so very believable. The duo has strong screen chemistry, powerful enough to shoulder past the inevitable final reel fracture. What Would Toto Watch. After a perplexed Tyler gives the waiter his order and looks back at her, she still has that look of challenge as she states that she eats her dessert first.
Emilie has this young pixie face which she uses to great effect here, very child-like, yet almost pugnacious too. And Robert gives a gamut of facial expression in response to her asteroid speech, which is priceless. She has completely thrown him again, which is precisely what Tyler, the lost soul, needs. She pursed her lips even more as Robert finishes the line about the panda having more of a chance with her than he does.
Tyler, by now, is one confused boy. Then he watches the taxi leave. Robert had his hand to his mouth, the other loosely crooked on his hip, perplexed, trying to figure out what happened.
As Stephen Whitty remarked: James Dean certainly did okay with it—dangerous bad boy—but Pattinson smartly tweaks his own persona Now Ally is confused, as Tyler spills the beans little by little, prodded by her questions.
By this point the audience is so invested in these lovers that their pain saddens. By then, Ally and Tyler, as Emilie and Robert have given them to us, are ours. While she rides on the subway, having found new courage, Ally smiles. The first time I saw Remember Me, that smile annoyed me. Because it was too soon. Only two minutes after the shock. Was it just nuts? There were a lot of crazy moments where you're filming on location and you're waiting for people to get out of the shot.
People don't want to move. Rob and I would laugh about that. There was a scene where we're on a date at a carnival, and it was very exposed to media, paparazzi and fans. We were rehearsing, and you become so self-conscious of people watching you, and we both stopped and looked at each other and were like, "Wait, what are we doing?
What was your relationship with Rob like off-camera?
It was so great being able to work with someone you immediately get along with and is incredibly talented and is driven to make the film as good as we can. Having someone you can go and talk with about a scene, and it's all very casual and easy, that made filming such a delight — having a friendship level and a commitment to the script.
The way Rob and I developed our relationship onscreen was very natural, and just seeing what happened with scenes, what happens in the moment. But you're telling me you guys didn't watch "Twilight" together in your trailer every day? I hadn't seen the films prior to shooting.
They're such a different genre to this film. Not so many similarities between Edward Cullen and Tyler. So you play Ally, a college student who falls for Pattinson's Tyler. Tell me a bit about the relationship between these two characters. The relationship between Ally and Tyler is so beautifully developed. It's such an honest, organic, real love story.
It's not your typical Hollywood love story. Neither one of them were really looking for it, but it just happened. Obviously there's a physical attraction, but also that thing you can't put into words. They're brought together in very random circumstances. It's not love at first sight, but they're intrigued at first sight.
They've both had major family tragedies that, prior to their relationship, have closed them off, thinking no one can understand the way they really feel. They just get each other. There's no false performance. It's all open and who they are.
That's sometimes beautiful and sometimes ugly and sometimes frustrating, but it's all on the table. About "Lost," you weren't in the fifth season at all. Was it hard to slip back into the character of Claire, or was it just like riding a bike?
I'd been playing her for four years, so it was kind of like riding a bike. I quite like that analogy.
But when I'm coming back to the Island, I'm coming back in a pretty unexpected way and there's a whole other Claire for me to explore and play with, which has been so much fun, but also getting to play with who I was, with flashback stuff. What do you mean about a "whole other Claire"? Without being murdered in my sleep due to exposing secrets of the series, it's a different Claire, a different side of her, one I never thought I'd be playing.