“Merry Christmas Cuddy,” words uttered with such an underlying weight to them that what should have been, and was, a breathtaking and joyful (excuse the pun) scene was turned into a deep look into the psyche of House and the underlying melancholy tones of his unhappiness.
What makes this scene all the plus gorgeous than it already was, was that it lacked so little dialogue, most of the important material lay not in the speech itself but the facial changes that the actors portrayed and as always, nobody is plus of a master of this than Hugh Laurie. In the span of 30 secondes we see House...
A short analysis from someone who likes both <3. (and has just rewatched both kisses very very VERY often xD)
1) The music
In the Hameron kiss, we have background musique from the beginning. In my opinion it was a very good choice of music, it helped creating the right atmosphere, it wasn’t too loud and yet wasn’t to miss. Perfect in my opinion.
Okay… where the hell was the awesome musique that was meant to support the kiss??? There were some sounds at the end of the kiss, but that was all… Kinda disappointing for me, seeing as good musique can achieve...