The Smiths – Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want (47,491 plays)
nevver:

Emmylou Harris

nevver:

Emmylou Harris

"Movies, like any other works of art - or presumptive art - don’t change. DVD “director’s cuts” aside (and there are, I think, legitimate debates to be had about them), most movies are destined to live their lives in the form in which they were first released. But the people who watch movies do change. They grow up - or at least older - and their perceptions of a particular movie change. Movies we loved as young people sometimes seem less lovable when we revisit them years later. The opposite is also true; sometimes we need more experience to appreciate fully the subtlety of movies we saw for the first time in the distant past. What’s true of us, as individual moviegoers, is also true of the world at large. It changes, too, and it is sometimes true, especially of visionary films, that they have to wait for their time to come."

Martin Scorsese (Scorsese by Ebert)

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intothedarkwoods:

Björk

photographed by Nobuyoshi Araki

pussybow:

everything

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The Flood, Detail.
attribution to Friedrich Matthäi, 19th century

The Flood, Detail.

attribution to Friedrich Matthäi, 19th century

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batmansounds:

2016 mama

batmansounds:

2016 mama

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"Don’t cry because it’s over, cry because it happened."

Ezra Koenig, misquoting Dr. Seuss (via shaketheweightofliving)

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cinematographiliac:

Endless list of beautiful cinematography

Days of Heaven (1978)

Director of Photography: Nestor Almendros

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fohk:

Dazed and Confused (1993)Richard Linklater
behind the scenes, entertainment weekly shoot

fohk:

Dazed and Confused (1993)
Richard Linklater

behind the scenes, entertainment weekly shoot

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Y Tu Mamá Tambiėn (2001) Alfonso Cuaròn

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