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"I’ve always felt that true militants are like cleaning women, performing a thankless, daily, necessary task. But you, you’re like Ursula Andress. You make a four-minute appearance, just enough time for the cameras to flash, for you to make two or three startling pronouncements, then you disappear, shrouded in appealing mystery."
Francois Truffaut responding to Jean-Luc Godard’s criticism of Day for Night (via sukforhonesty)
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marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
marzipandildo:

U.S. Go Home [Claire Denis, 1994]
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wandrlust:

Total Furnishing Unit, 1971-72 — Joe Colombo
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fuckyeahbrutalism:

McMahon Hall, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1966
(Kirk, Wallace & McKinley Associates)
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"Looking at a Cassavetes movie should persuade any viewer that there are no bad actors but only bad directors, and that acting has more to do with the strategic setting of gestures in space than it has to do with a trip to the flea market of emotions. The miracle of Cassavetes’s craft lies in that he makes the emotion surge, while obstinately refusing to illustrate it. No wonder his actors look always as if they were documented."
— Jean-Pierre Gorin on the films of John Cassavetes
Still from Shadows (1959, dir. John Cassavetes)
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Salvador Dali, Woman with a Head of Roses, 1935
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Goodbye to Elaine Stritch, a brilliant and wonderful woman and my number one style icon.
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practicalwhimsy:

The best.
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Ray Wise, Grace Zabriskie, David Lynch, Sheryl Lee and Russ Tamblyn, “The Entire Mistery” Screening after party