Cyrusk4162 karma2014-02-24 22:50:01 UTC
Hey Michael, your character on "Lost" was more misunderstood than evil, and very complex. Do these types of characters appeal to you?
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Cyrusk435 karma2014-02-25 00:16:06 UTC
Yeah the mystery is really important. Unfortunately I don't see that very often in a lot of shows. I think what made Lost so successful is every single character was complex and mysterious, with no true villain or hero.
Cyrusk412 karma2014-02-24 22:54:54 UTC
I totally agree with you how Lost ended. I really thought the final season was the best. Blew my mind.
Actually, I think people who feel kind of cynical or weary of spiritual topics are more likely to dislike the end or even feel a bit offended.
Cyrusk45 karma2016-12-07 05:56:47 UTC
Not true. I've spent almost a month total in North Korea (American). Everyone finds ways to have fun. Heck we played Frisbee with a bunch of random people for half an hour once on the street.
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