tvpartyorchestra:

Pinadir by  Wim Wenders

tvpartyorchestra:

Pina
dir by  Wim Wenders

219 ♡ 1 hour ago » #Piña #Wim Wenders

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My Heart’s In The Highlands | Else Torp & Christian Bower | The Great Beauty 

4 ♡ 15 hours ago » #The Great Beauty #music

fohk:

“It’s funny, you work so hard, you do everything you can to get away from a place, and when you finally get your chance to leave, you find a reason to stay”
Gattaca (1997)Andrew Niccol

fohk:

It’s funny, you work so hard, you do everything you can to get away from a place, and when you finally get your chance to leave, you find a reason to stay”

Gattaca (1997)
Andrew Niccol

1158 ♡ 18 hours ago » #Gattaca

You’d be surprised what you’ll be willing to do, when the Lamia comes for you.

650 ♡ 18 hours ago » #Drag Me To Hell

117 ♡ 1 day ago » #Mad Men

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evilnol6:

”A Separation” (Persian: جدایی نادر از سیمین‎) written and directed by Asghar Farhadi

85 ♡ 1 day ago » #A Separation

True Detective

2615 ♡ 1 day ago » #True Detective

The Last Man | Clint Mansell | The Fountain

1581 ♡ 2 days ago » #Game of Thrones

Andrew Garfield for F*** Magazine (April 2014)

Three Colours Trilogy (1993, 1994, 1994, Krzysztof Kieslowski)


"I remember for a long time as a young man I wouldn’t take what I see on TV for granted. I would never accept generalizing ‘that’s how Americans are,’ or ‘that’s how Japanese are.’ I was always much more interested in individuals rather than a culture or a country in general sense. This collective judgment or agreement on certain culture has always annoyed me. I deeply believe, excluding ideological positions, that we are the same. In details we can have our differences but in the main aspects of our lives—our sufferings, joy and pain—no matter if we are Japanese, American or Iranian, we are the same human beings. So if you have this as the principle of life and relationship, then it shows in your work."
Abbas KiarostamiBorn June 22, 1940

"I remember for a long time as a young man I wouldn’t take what I see on TV for granted. I would never accept generalizing ‘that’s how Americans are,’ or ‘that’s how Japanese are.’ I was always much more interested in individuals rather than a culture or a country in general sense. This collective judgment or agreement on certain culture has always annoyed me. I deeply believe, excluding ideological positions, that we are the same. In details we can have our differences but in the main aspects of our lives—our sufferings, joy and pain—no matter if we are Japanese, American or Iranian, we are the same human beings. So if you have this as the principle of life and relationship, then it shows in your work."

Abbas Kiarostami
Born June 22, 1940

405 ♡ 2 days ago » #bae #Abbas Kiarostami