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"You name me a picture that people go to just to escape their feelings and I’ll name you a bad picture. People go to have their emotions AROUSED. Anyone who goes to a movie not to be emotionally affected is an asshole. They might as well dig a pit and jump in. I don’t believe people do that. I think the escape theory is a lie. You go to Hitchcock to be frightened. You go to “The Exorcist” to be scared. You go to “Orient Express” to match wits with the smart guys, to play detective. You go to “Towering Inferno” to see a fire. We’re talking about EMOTIONS. No one goes just to sit there. You think a “Death Wish” isn’t talking to your emotions? There’s no reason why a serious film, one about life, can’t be “enjoyable”, maybe even fun. Emotions can be very entertaining. I try to use them generously in my films."
—John Cassavetes, Cassavetes on Cassavetes (via robertfrenay)

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1 hour ago

insanity-and-vanity:

"Everything I think and everything I do is wrong."

Clueless (1995)

(via marissacoooper)

insanity-and-vanity:


"Everything I think and everything I do is wrong."
Clueless (1995)

3 hours ago

how often do you think about this scene??

how often do you think about this scene??


16 hours ago

modelmeth:

listen to more music and less advice i-D Magazine

(via goldsound)

modelmeth:

listen to more music and less advice i-D Magazine



1 day ago

intothegloss:

Mädchen Amick as Shelly Johnson in a promotional photo for the first season of Twin Peaks, 1990.

(via marmmus)

intothegloss:

Mädchen Amick as Shelly Johnson in a promotional photo for the first season of Twin Peaks, 1990.

2 days ago

I get really emotional whenever I have to sit through the boyhood credits at work, what’s up with that??

I get really emotional whenever I have to sit through the boyhood credits at work, what’s up with that??


2 days ago

ryanpanos:

Movie Theaters in South India | Stefanie Zoche

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"When we give freely, we feel full and complete; when we withhold, we feel small, petty, impotent, and lacking. We are meant to learn this great truth, that giving fulfills us, while withholding and trying to get causes us to feel empty and even more needy. This truth runs counter to our programming, which drives us to try to get something from others to fulfill our neediness, only to end up even more needy, grasping, lacking, and unfulfilled."
—Gina Lake, What about Now?: Reminders for Being in the Moment (via bodyflora)

(Source: purplebuddhaproject, via lil-reina)


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