You know what annoys me most about what they did wth the crew of the Silent Mary? It’s that they did not show them interacting with each other the way we saw other crews on other ships interact. It’s the fact they were portrayed as unemotional creatures that did nothing but kill, when the truth is they were simply human beings that were doing their duty – Pirate Hunting – and as a result were portrayed as villains, unemotional beings that enjoyed killing. Worst of all, they were killed immediately after having their curse broken, giving them absolutely no chance of redemption. I doubt Salazar would have been redeemable, his hatred for pirates was his downfall, but the rest of the crew did not deserve to go down with him, and that’s what I hate about what they did here.
Knees and feet pointing outwards, with the left leg stepping close to his cane and the cane taking the weight.
Knees and feet now facing inwards, his right leg and weight now being supported by his sword
Knees and feet facing outwards again. Notice how he lifts his cane at the same time he lefts his left leg, and lifts his sword at the same time he lifts his right leg. Makes me wonder if he has problems with BOTH legs instead of just one, but it only got worse when he became cursed.
Since there is nothing wrong with Javier’s legs, I imagine it may have been tricky at times for him to keep up this strange and uncomfortable gait.