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#Brokeback Mountain

# brokeback-mountain - Monday 27 January, 2014

Brokeback Mountain opera to open in Spain with ‘discreet’ love scenes

Obligatory “I wish I knew how to quit you” quote.

# brokeback-mountain - Sunday 14 April, 2013

Lobbing the gob: The MTV guide to amazing screen kisses

There are screen kisses and there are MTV screen kisses.

# brokeback-mountain - Tuesday 22 January, 2013

Reasons to miss Heath Ledger on the 5th anniversary of his death RIP This post contains videos

Reasons to miss Heath Ledger on the 5th anniversary of his death

The actor died in his New York apartment in 2008.

# brokeback-mountain - Tuesday 14 February, 2012

Here’s 8 great movie love scenes for Valentine’s Day Valentine's Day This post contains videos

Here’s 8 great movie love scenes for Valentine’s Day

Because Ryan Gosling forgot his umbrella…

# brokeback-mountain - Friday 9 December, 2011

US presidential hopeful Perry’s latest ad causes split in his own campaign Ad Fail This post contains videos

US presidential hopeful Perry’s latest ad causes split in his own campaign

In the campaign spot, Perry attacks Barack Obama’s repealing of a law outlawing open homosexuality in the military but it hasn’t gone down well even in his own campaign.

# brokeback-mountain - Thursday 26 August, 2010

NEWLY REUNITED TAKE THAT bandmates Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow have released the video for Robbie’s single Shame, co-written by and featuring Barlow.

The song – which marks the first time that the two have collaborated since Williams left Take That in 1995 – will feature on Williams’ own greatest hits album, ‘In And Out of Consciousness’, to be released in October with the single slated for release the previous week.

The song is also the first time ever that the two men have recorded a straightforward duet together without the appearance of other Take That members.

The tune got its first radio play on BBC Radio 1 this morning – but not before the video was put on YouTube by Williams’ record label EMI.

The lyrics, perhaps unsurprisingly, deal with the pair’s often-fractured relationship, and include the various lines:

Well there’s three version of this story – there’s yours, and mine, and then the truth

Out of some sentimental gain I wanted you to feel my pain, but it came back ‘return to sender’

My tears could fill the Albert Hall, Is this the sound of sweet surrender?

I told you through the television and all that went away was the price we pay

I wrote a letter in my mind but the words were so unkind about a man I can’t remember

I don’t recall the reasons why, I must have meant them at the time

The video falls a little short of earlier reports that the video would follow a Brokeback Mountain-style theme but does show the two exchanging a series of (ahem) ‘meaningful’ glances and a shot of the two stripping to the waist before making to dive off a cliff together.