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Empty buses
Tasteless food
Bitter coffee
Freezing mornings
Piles of sadness
White noise
Dirty windows
Tired eyes
Cold technology

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"I’m lost by life. I don’t know anything about life. If I make a movie, I don’t even understand why I’m making the movie. I just know that there’s something there. Later on, we all get to know what it’s about through the opinions of others. If you make a film, it might as well be as important as be nonsense. You can’t go for ten cents and expect to come up with a million. You have to go for everything. Whether you fail or don’t fail, you have to go for what will make us better when we’re finished. I like to work with friends and for friends on something that might help somebody. Something with humour, sadness; simple things.
The artist really is a magical figure whom we would all like to be like and don’t have the courage to be, because we don’t have the strength to be obsessive. Film is an art, a beautiful art. It’s a madness that overcomes all of us. We’re in love with it. Money is really not that important to us. We can work thirty-six, forty-eight hours straight and feel elated at the end of that time. I think film is magic! With the tools we have at hand, we really try to convert people’s lives! The idea of making a film is to package a lifetime of emotion and ideas into a two-hour capsule form, two hours where some images flash across the screen and in that two hours the hope is that the audience will forget everything and that celluloid will change lives. Now that’s insane, that’s a preposterously presumptuous assumption, and yet that’s the hope."
John Cassavetes (via bbook)

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George Georgiou/Transit Ukraine: After The Revolution

notsquared asked: Hey, thanks for the follow. You've got a great blog, you're a little miserable (like me), and you like Wes Anderson; I like these things about you. God bless, kid.

I think I already send you a message for this privately but I’m worried you may not have got it. Anyway thanks and It’s nice that we’re both on the same page miserable and all and Wes Anderson is great. I really loved The Grand Budapest Hotel :)


"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."
Akira KurosawaMarch 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."
Akira KurosawaMarch 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."
Akira KurosawaMarch 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."
Akira KurosawaMarch 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

"I think that in order to find reality, each must search for his own universe, look for the details that contribute to this reality that one feels under the surface of things. To be an artist means to search, to find and look at these realities. To be an artist means never to look away."

Akira Kurosawa
March 23, 1910 — September 6, 1998

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No longer human

I really am an immoral person.

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