Abr 16, 2014
I feel like the feminine has been a little undervalued… We all have to get our own jobs and make our own money, but staying at home, nurturing, being the mother, cooking – it’s a valuable thing […] And sometimes, you need your knight in shining armor. I’m sorry. You need a man to be a man and a woman to be a woman. That’s why relationships work.
Kirsten Dunst
Abr 11, 2014
Copie conforme (2010) dir. Abbas Kiarostami 

Copie conforme (2010) dir. Abbas Kiarostami 

Abr 11, 2014

Copie conforme (2010) dir. Abbas Kiarostami 

Abr 11, 2014
Copie conforme (2010) dir. Abbas Kiarostami 

Copie conforme (2010) dir. Abbas Kiarostami 

Abr 10, 2014
o hai

o hai

Dic 21, 2013
Dic 18, 2013
"una pa’l tumblr"

"una pa’l tumblr"

Nov 16, 2013
Lately we’ve taken fancy for driving down to Big Sur & scaling mountains and climbing boulders and setting up camps.

Lately we’ve taken fancy for driving down to Big Sur & scaling mountains and climbing boulders and setting up camps.

Nov 16, 2013
Frances Ha (2013) dir. Noah Baumbach

Frances Ha (2013) dir. Noah Baumbach

Ago 30, 2013

-Just please tell me what this play doesn’t express.

-Hope.

Opening Night (1977) dir. John Cassavetes

(Fuente: hacott, vía deadpandolores)

Jul 19, 2013
America - Ventura Highway

America - Ventura Highway

'Cause the free wind is blowin' through your hair
And the days surround your daylight there
Seasons crying no despair

Jul 3, 2013
Solitude is the profoundest fact of the human condition. Man is the only being who knows he is alone, and the only one who seeks out another. His nature -if that word can be used in reference to man, who has ‘invented’ himself by saying ‘no’ to nature- consists in his longing to realize himself in another. Man is nostalgia and a search for communion. Therefore, when he is aware of himself he is aware of his lack of another, that is, of his solitude.
Octavio Paz
The Labyrinth of Solitude (El laberinto de la soledad) 1950
Jul 3, 2013
Woman falls off her pedestal
La Rivière — lead sculpture, 1943 (cast 1948), by Aristide Maillol

Woman falls off her pedestal

La Rivièrelead sculpture, 1943 (cast 1948), by Aristide Maillol

Jun 20, 2013
The Drunkards Progress: From the first glass to the grave; A lithograph by Nathaniel Currier supporting the temperance movement, circa 1846.

Step 1. A glass with a friend.Step 2. A glass to keep the cold out.Step 3. A glass too much.Step 4. Drunk and riotous.Step 5. The summit attained. Jolly companions. A confirmed drunkard.Step 6. Poverty and disease.Step 7. Forsaken by Friends.Step 8. Desperation and crime.Step 9. Death by suicide.

The Drunkards Progress: From the first glass to the grave; A lithograph by Nathaniel Currier supporting the temperance movement, circa 1846.

Step 1. A glass with a friend.
Step 2. A glass to keep the cold out.
Step 3. A glass too much.
Step 4. Drunk and riotous.
Step 5. The summit attained. Jolly companions. A confirmed drunkard.
Step 6. Poverty and disease.
Step 7. Forsaken by Friends.
Step 8. Desperation and crime.
Step 9. Death by suicide.

Mayo 15, 2013

Before Sunset (2004) dir. Richard Linklater

(Fuente: feelinggoodallthetime, vía bbook)

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