An extract from season 4 of "Rectify - A House Divided"
I think we learn more about Daniel Holden in this two-minute clip, then the previous 3 seasons.
“After my friend was executed, I became despondent. More despondent. I guess depressed, enraged. But more than anything, I was lonely, so deeply lonely. He had protected me from that, more than I realized."
“When you’re, alone with yourself all the time. With no one but yourself, you begin to go deeper, and deeper into yourself until. You lose yourself, It’s a perverse contradiction. It’s like your ego begins to disintegrate until you, have no ego. Not in the sense that you, you become humble, or, or, or gain some kind of. . . Perspective, but that you literally, lose your sense of self.”
"And I'm not sure anyone unless they've gone through it, can, can, can truly understand how, profound that loss is. It's like the psychic glue that binds your whole notion of existence is gone. You become, unglued. I think, therefore I am, I think too much, therefore I am not. I am not, therefore I am nothing. I am nothing, therefore I am dead, and if I am dead then why am I still so goddamn lonely."
There are scenes, Film's and TV Show's that just hit a cord within ourselves. That are so powerful it resonates for day's, week's, months.
Charlie Chaplin: The Dictator (Greatest Speech Ever Made)
Sylvester Stallone: Rocky Balboa (Inspirational Speech)
Rami Malek: Mr. Robot (Fuck Society)
Manish Dayal: Halt and Catch Fire (Ryan's Manifesto)
Al Pacino: Any Given Sunday (Pre-Game Speech)