She Still Keeps All The Kings In The Back Row

I’m not fascinated by people who smile all the time. What I find interesting is the way people look when they are lost in thought, when their face becomes angry or serious, when they bite their lip, the way they glance, the way they look down when they walk, when they are alone and smoking a cigarette, when they smirk, the way they half smile, the way they try and hold back tears, the way when their face says they want to say something but can’t, the way they look at someone they want or love… I love the way people look when they do these things. It’s… beautiful. - Unknown

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amatiazzo:

The first image he told me about was of three children on a road in Iceland, in 1965. He said that for him it was the image of happiness and also that he had tried several times to link it to other images, but it never worked. He wrote me: “One day I’ll have to put it all alone at the beginning of a film with a long piece of black leader; if they don’t see happiness in the picture, at least they’ll see the black.”

— Chris Marker; Sans Soleil (1983)

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sabot-cat:

"What’s your favorite album, or book?" "I really like Metamorphosis, I think it says a lot about the human condition and psyche." "Yeah I love Franz Kafka." "Oh no, I was talking about Hilary Duff’s debut album."  

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sexpansion:

Palo Alto (2014) dir. Gia Coppola

"What would you do if you got into an accident?"
"I’d drive away"

In Gia Coppola's directorial debut Palo Alto (2013), the poster for her Aunt Sofia Coppola's first feature The Virgin Suicides (1999) can be seen on the wall of the main character’s bedroom.

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