“I feel so shut out, I’m always homesick. But when I get home. I find it’s something else I’m longing for.”

Ingmar Bergman, Autumn Sonata (via byn-s)

oddieodelia:

We always get the deal. This is Barely Legal Pawn. [x]

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The moment I met you, I knew I was in for something extraordinary.

ledzepppelin:

Happy 66th Birthday to the greatest rock singer of all time, 
Robert Anthony Plant!

While filming To Have and Have Not, Humphrey Bogart became enchanted with Lauren Bacall.  This became apparent, according to Bacall, about three weeks into the shooting of the picture.  Immediately it presented problems, because Bogart was still married to Mayo Methot, who was as watchful and as jealous as ever.  A few weeks earlier, when he was congratulating Bacall on her screen test (which consisted of the famous ‘If you want me, just whistle’ scene), his prescient comment had been ‘We’ll have a lot of fun together,’ but for a while it seemed as if fun was the last thing on their agenda: they would drive their cars to secluded residential streets and sit holding hands and talking, or write each other long, ardent, frustrated letters.  And when shooting on To Have and Have Not was over, they had no further excuse for being together.  Fortunately fate was quick to step in, in the kindly guise of Howard Hawks and Warners executives, who were so pleased with the on-screen chemistry between the two stars that they decided to waste no time before pairing them again.  In October 1944 they began filming  their second film The Big Sleep where they resumed their affair with a vengeance.

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pulp-that-fiction:

actorsfilmcreatures:

Martin Scorsese directing Robert de Niro in every movie they made 

The most beautiful post.

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Goodness is something to be chosen. When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.

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evilfartgallery:

fartgallery:

i hope you’re all having a great day

I don’t

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harveyspecters:

You don’t want to go anywhere, and that’s why the same shit’s going to keep happening to you, because you want it to.

Inside Llewyn Davis (2013), dir. Joel and Ethan Coen

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ilpianobi:

"Le Mepris"
Jean Luc Godard/Brigitte Bardot/Michel Piccoli
(1965)

cataclisme:

Emma: Enjoying philosophy?

Adèle: [laughs] I love it. It’s incredibly enriching. Very interesting. Very deep. Orgasm precedes essence…

HOOLIGNX