→ "You know, as long as I’ve known him, everything works for him."
I was always amazed at the use of the fourth wall in this film. It added a very personal element, and offered a very clear view onto just who Ferris’ character really was. By breaking it, he somehow completeled his character, unable to be satisfied with the attention he was getting from his friends and family; Ferris had to go as far as to reach out to the audience as well. I think that’s beautiful.
me: *goes on tumblr*
me: *watches a movie*
me: *reads a novel*
me: *takes a nap*
me: *climbs a mountain*
me: *backpacks through europe*
me: why am i not getting anything done