"What wonderful memories you have! Fancy you’re still thinking about all those funny games we used to play when we were children." - Susan Pevensie
This is when I realised Ben Barnes was perfect for this role. This scene. This scene makes me so sad. There is Caspian, a young boy who grew up believing in stories of old Narnia, stories of Kings and Queens. And just like that, he gets to see the kings and queens of old. To know them. And more important, he seems to fall in love with Susan. So when he realizes that she is leaving, and never coming back, he feels desperate. All these stories ending so fast. You can see it on the way he looks at her. He is afraid, he is broken hearted. But he will never show it, because he is Caspian, and he will never show any kind of weakness. Even when his heart is falling into pieces.
all that lies between the Lamp-post and the great castle of Cair Paravel on the Eastern sea.