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chineseroulette:

Mouchette (Robert Bresson, 1967)

chineseroulette:

Mouchette (Robert Bresson, 1967)

thethirdpersona:

Mouchette | Robert Bresson, 1967

Claude Debussy – Rêverie (11,567 plays)

unhistorical:

Rêverie (Daydream), Claude Debussy 

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"I want very much to tell, to talk about, the wholeness inside every human being. It’s a strange thing that every human being has a sort of dignity or wholeness in him, and out of that develops relationships to other human beings, tensions, misunderstandings, tenderness, coming in contact, touching and being touched, the cutting off of a contact and what happens then."

Ingmar Bergman (via bergmaniac)

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jaded-mandarin:

Robert Havell. The Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children in the Cathedral of St. Paul, 1826.

jaded-mandarin:

Robert Havell. The Anniversary Meeting of the Charity Children in the Cathedral of St. Paul, 1826.

(via vaxhuvuden)

"We believe that we know something about the things themselves when we speak of trees, colors, snow, and flowers; and yet we possess nothing but metaphors for things — metaphors which correspond in no way to the original entities."

— Friedrich Nietzsche, “On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense” (via heteroglossia)

ericrohmer:

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

hifas:

Untitled

hifas:

Untitled

(via tombstonesgrey)

the-trapeze-swinger:

Liv Ullman in Hour of the Wolf (Vargtimmen) (1968)

the-trapeze-swinger:

Liv Ullman in Hour of the Wolf (Vargtimmen) (1968)

Paul Newman – Plastic Jesus (72 plays)

where-the-purple-grass-grows:

I don’t care if it rains or freezes
'Long as I got my Plastic Jesus
Sittin’ on the dashboard of my car.
Comes in colors, pink and pleasant
Glows in the dark ‘cause it’s iridescent
Take it with you when you travel far.

Get yourself a sweet Madonna
Dressed in rhinestones sittin’ on a
Pedestal of abalone shell.
Goin’ 90, I ain’t scar-ied
'Cause I got the Virgin Mary
Assurin’ me that I won’t go to Hell.

(Source: foxworth-hall)

"Why remember a detail like that? No reason, no reason he can think of, except that reason and memory are nearly always at odds"

Sunset Park by Paul Auster. (via syllogismpony68)

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enchantedsleeper:

Victor Gabriel Gilbert

enchantedsleeper:

Victor Gabriel Gilbert

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windandlight:

Josef Sudek, Paper Abstraction - from the cycle : Paper Labyrinth, 1959

windandlight:

Josef SudekPaper Abstraction - from the cycle : Paper Labyrinth, 1959

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"The appearance of things change according to the emotions, and thus we see beauty in them, while the beauty is really in ourselves."

Kahlil Gibran (via poppy-darling)

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