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fuckyeah1990s:

"Kids" (1995)

fuckyeah1990s:

"Kids" (1995)

movies-in-images:

Breaking the Waves (1996) - Lars Von Trier

North American cinema is the only true weapon of mass destruction. It has achieved to convince the audience not only that it’s the best possible cinema, but that it is the only.

theofmoviestills:

~~~~~CINEMATIC PARALLELZ~~~~~

Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams | Robert Rodriguez | 2002

World On a Wire | Rainer Werner Fassbinder | 1973

francesetherealgumm:

fuzzyhorns:

synthcats:

Wendy Carlos plays selections from the soundtracks for Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining and A Clockwork Orange. She plays an instrument she helped design called the Circular Controller or “Cir-Con” and remembers Stanley Kubrick.

(Featuring a few of her cats.)

i love this and i love her cats

wendy carlos slays


"I was a woman with a plan. I knew the only thing, that could really stopped me, in my opinion, was to fall in love.
I went in, at lunch, to put my books in the locker and I got to the doorway and … I saw John Cassavetes, and I thought : oh, oh damn! No, no, no. No!
That’s just exactly what I don’t want.”
Gena Rowlands on her first meeting with John Cassavetes 

"I was a woman with a plan. I knew the only thing, that could really stopped me, in my opinion, was to fall in love.

I went in, at lunch, to put my books in the locker and I got to the doorway and … I saw John Cassavetes, and I thought : oh, oh damn! No, no, no. No!

That’s just exactly what I don’t want.”

Gena Rowlands on her first meeting with John Cassavetes 


“Once upon a time we loved each other.”Marlene Dietrich veiled by cigarette smoke in Shanghai Express (von Sternberg, 1932).

“Once upon a time we loved each other.”
Marlene Dietrich veiled by cigarette smoke in Shanghai Express (von Sternberg, 1932).