Wednesday, 4 June 2008
From wiki, Walt Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean:At World's End:
"I felt it important that the third film was the end of an era — like in a postmodern western where the railroad comes and the gunfighter is extinct. It seemed that we had an opportunity to take a look at a world where the legitimate has become corrupt and there is no place for honest thieves in that society, so you have darker issues and a little melancholy. The myths are dying."
Pirate photo courtesy of Murdoch's News International