I thought I may as well do the second set before I go out for the day....
What the heck? One can't hide such screencaps under a bushel.
This set makes two distinct sequences. The first four are intensely painterly portraits, very dramatic, I think. The first image is the one I used for the face in Joseph and Potiphar's Wife.
Frodo's expression in the second frame melts my soul. And not just my soul. Heavens, what a look. *brow beads with perspiration*
~ Frodo in The Fellowship of the Ring, full-screen version, theatrical release, continued....
The longer sequence below is from the moment when Frodo, alarmed, tries to insist that Gandalf take the Ring instead of he. I love this series for its actorly beauty. The transition of emotions on his face in this frames is stunningly vivid. *sigh* I never tire of admiring them....
Frodo is supposed to be saying, "Then it cannot stay in the Shire," and, "Take it, Gandalf, take it!" But I confess that when I look at these frames out of context I imagine Frodo saying something like this:
"What do you mean you're 'busy'? You're 'not in the mood'? Get up from that chair, and get in my bed, NOW. Well????"
"Oh, all right. If you insist...."
Click HERE for table of Frodo and Elijah Wood Screencaps.