The Quintessential 'Lord of the Rings' Movie Shots

The Fellowship of the Ring
Book Two, Chapter I
Many Meetings
Scene 4 - The Heir of Isildur:  Aragorn
...with Boromir, then with Arwen
 
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Scene 4:  The Heir of Isildur:  Aragorn ...with Boromir, then with Arwen
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Aragorn is reading on a quiet balcony in Rivendell, when Boromir comes in...
 

 

 

 
The Shards of Narsil! The blade that cut the Ring from Sauron's hand!
...still sharp...  But no more than a broken heirloom...
 

 

 

 

Why do you fear the past?
You are Isildur's heir,
not Isildur himself.
You are not bound to his fate...
 

Rivendell at Night

Arwen and Aragorn

 
Arwen

(wearing 'Evenstar')


 

 

 
I would rather share one lifetime
with you than face all the ages
of this world alone.
 

 

I choose... a mortal life.





 


You cannot give me this!

It is mine to give to whom
I will... like my heart...


 




 

 
Arwen and Aragorn



Immortal Elf and Mortal Man
 


 

 

 

 

 
Evenstar,
Arwen's necklace

(These images aren't from the movie,
but I wanted to include them anyway)



 
Evenstar (original version)


 
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