Is it a little weird to watch an actor who's essentially playing you playing yourself?It's a little odd, but not much more odd than hearing any guy sing your song.
Irglová is us, if we were thrust in such an uncompromising and glorious situation based on our talent and passion and our capacities to believably feel in the moment.
I’m talking about the dream of watching a crush up on the screen and imagining that one day we might find ourselves playing opposite them and having them fall in love with us, not just as characters in a reel story, but our real lives.
They stepped off the screen together, formed a group (The Swell Season) and took their love affair on the road.
In The Swell Season, directors Nick August-Perna, Chris Dapkins and Carlo Mirabella-Davis grant us exclusive access inside the ever-after of their fairy tale.
You know, the guy did a good job, and of course, he's much better looking than me, which I think is hilarious.
) (born 28 February 1988, in Valašské Meziříčí, Czechoslovakia now the Czech Republic) is a Czech singer-songwriter, musician and actress.
Hansard had spoken first, and had done so as he always seemed to with big-hearted emotion and ease. Hansard had already lived and died for music during those years before Irglová was born, before he met her; he had lived and died a whole life, it seems, in the best sense, and he had no regrets.
The once-storybook romance between Swell Season musicians Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova received the final nail in its coffin today, as Irglova announced her recent marriage to “the most beautiful man [she] ever met.” It wasn’t Hansard.
Here, the Irish musician reveals how a rock'n'roll friendship got him back on an even keel - and what he did when family members came looking for cash...
Surveying the oil and grime that sits beneath his fingernails, Glen Hansard beams with an almost paternal pride as he tells me he has spent the past few days at home in Ireland, tinkering with his car.
In 2008 she won the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Falling Slowly", which was co-written with Glen Hansard.