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Illustration by Edmund Dulac from “The Mermaid” in the 1911 Edition of “Stories from Hans Andersen”
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Dec 21, 2013 / 11,471 notes

Illustration by Edmund Dulac from “The Mermaid” in the 1911 Edition of “Stories from Hans Andersen”

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Dec 14, 2013 / 2,831 notes

gifmeme: never let me go → space

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The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) - dir. by Wes Anderson
Dec 14, 2013 / 1,613 notes

reverieseuphorique:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) - dir. by Wes Anderson

Dec 14, 2013 / 714 notes

In all, there were five of them. They has only one thing in common: a hatred of Governor Odious.


"As written, Ryan Gosling comes into this baptism, sits down in the middle of the pews with all the people, and is enraged that another man is baptizing his son. So I had 500 people from Schenectady show up in their Sunday finest. You had Eva Mendes, Mahershala Ali, and the baby: Everyone’s dressed to the nines. I had the camera in the back of the church, and I told Ryan, ‘Come in and find a place to sit.’ Ryan walks into the church, and he’s literally a marked man. He cannot fit in anywhere." 
"He moved over to the corner of the church, and I just panned with him as he sat down. Then I cut and moved my camera into a close-up. And I was shooting this close-up of him, and behind us, there was this baptism going on. I noticed Ryan wasn’t getting enraged as I had expected, but he was trembling. And I noticed that this well of emotion was building in him, this humiliation, this deep shame. And he started to break down on camera. As his friend, all I wanted to do was shut the camera off and give him a hug. Give him a napkin and wipe it off: It’s just pretend. But that’s what we were there for. You’re always trying to get to a place where the acting stops and behavior begins. That’s what these tattoos are for — actors are very much like athletes to me, I work with them on a very physical level. I feel like the physical level affects the psychological and the emotional."
Dec 14, 2013 / 3,944 notes

"As written, Ryan Gosling comes into this baptism, sits down in the middle of the pews with all the people, and is enraged that another man is baptizing his son. So I had 500 people from Schenectady show up in their Sunday finest. You had Eva Mendes, Mahershala Ali, and the baby: Everyone’s dressed to the nines. I had the camera in the back of the church, and I told Ryan, ‘Come in and find a place to sit.’ Ryan walks into the church, and he’s literally a marked man. He cannot fit in anywhere."

"He moved over to the corner of the church, and I just panned with him as he sat down. Then I cut and moved my camera into a close-up. And I was shooting this close-up of him, and behind us, there was this baptism going on. I noticed Ryan wasn’t getting enraged as I had expected, but he was trembling. And I noticed that this well of emotion was building in him, this humiliation, this deep shame. And he started to break down on camera. As his friend, all I wanted to do was shut the camera off and give him a hug. Give him a napkin and wipe it off: It’s just pretend. But that’s what we were there for. You’re always trying to get to a place where the acting stops and behavior begins. That’s what these tattoos are for — actors are very much like athletes to me, I work with them on a very physical level. I feel like the physical level affects the psychological and the emotional."

Dec 14, 2013 / 3,767 notes

madwoodsy:

I don’t know about you guys but I’m keen for this movie

Dec 9, 2013 / 16 notes

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Oct 25, 2013 / 2,457 notes

Behind the scenes photographs with director Steve McQueen and actors Lupita Nyong’o, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Michael Fassbender on 12 Years a Slave (2013)

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Oct 25, 2013 / 1,232 notes
dowelikeit:

Allan: That’s quite a lovely Jackson  Pollock, isn’t it?Museum Girl: Yes, it is.Allan: What does it  say to you?Museum Girl: It restates the negativeness of the  universe. The hideous lonely emptiness of existence. Nothingness. The  predicament of Man forced to live in a barren, Godless eternity like a  tiny flame flickering in an immense void with nothing but waste, horror  and degradation, forming a useless bleak straitjacket in a black absurd  cosmos.Allan: What are you doing Saturday night?Museum Girl: Committing suicide.Allan: What about Friday night?
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Oct 25, 2013 / 483 notes

dowelikeit:

Allan: That’s quite a lovely Jackson Pollock, isn’t it?
Museum Girl: Yes, it is.
Allan: What does it say to you?
Museum Girl: It restates the negativeness of the universe. The hideous lonely emptiness of existence. Nothingness. The predicament of Man forced to live in a barren, Godless eternity like a tiny flame flickering in an immense void with nothing but waste, horror and degradation, forming a useless bleak straitjacket in a black absurd cosmos.
Allan: What are you doing Saturday night?
Museum Girl: Committing suicide.
Allan: What about Friday night?

Welcome to my life.