1. 
Lena Headey for Because I am a Girl Campaign - Face Up to violence against girls [x]

    Lena Headey for Because I am a Girl Campaign - Face Up to violence against girls [x]

  2. supersmashkev:

    lehroi:

    Hyperrealist Oil Paintings

    Yrjó Edelmann

    why must we all play god

  3. 
I understand, all right. The hopeless dream of being - not seeming, but being. At every waking moment, alert. The gulf between what you are with others and what you are alone. The vertigo and the constant hunger to be exposed, to be seen through, perhaps even wiped out. Every inflection and every gesture a lie, every smile a grimace. Suicide? No, too vulgar. But you can refuse to move, refuse to talk, so that you don’t have to lie. You can shut yourself in. Then you needn’t play any parts or make wrong gestures. Or so you thought. But reality is diabolical. Your hiding place isn’t watertight. Life trickles in from the outside, and you’re forced to react. No one asks if it is true or false, if you’re genuine or just a sham. Such things matter only in the theater, and hardly there either. I understand why you don’t speak, why you don’t move, why you’ve created a part for yourself out of apathy. I understand. I admire. You should go on with this part until it is played out, until it loses interest for you. Then you can leave it, just as you’ve left your other parts one by one.

Persona (1966)

    I understand, all right. The hopeless dream of being - not seeming, but being. At every waking moment, alert. The gulf between what you are with others and what you are alone. The vertigo and the constant hunger to be exposed, to be seen through, perhaps even wiped out. Every inflection and every gesture a lie, every smile a grimace. Suicide? No, too vulgar. But you can refuse to move, refuse to talk, so that you don’t have to lie. You can shut yourself in. Then you needn’t play any parts or make wrong gestures. Or so you thought. But reality is diabolical. Your hiding place isn’t watertight. Life trickles in from the outside, and you’re forced to react. No one asks if it is true or false, if you’re genuine or just a sham. Such things matter only in the theater, and hardly there either. I understand why you don’t speak, why you don’t move, why you’ve created a part for yourself out of apathy. I understand. I admire. You should go on with this part until it is played out, until it loses interest for you. Then you can leave it, just as you’ve left your other parts one by one.

    Persona (1966)

  4. One day one doodle: Day 75

    yuanyuanyang:

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     Light My Fire/ 激情似火

     

  5. nickdrake:

    Sheryl Lee / Twin Peaks Fire Walk with Me.

  6. angelinaha:

    Full set of Lorde! Feel incredibly lucky to have seen/shot her in a space as cool and (relatively) small as The Grand Ole Opry. Knocked it out of the park. I go to a lot of shows and most of them are pretty great, but she’s on another level. 

    All (c) Angelina Castillo for The Nashville Scene

  7. ashenveins:

    Fallingforyou // The 1975

  8. palmandlaser:

Yosuke Ohnishi (1983)

    palmandlaser:

    Yosuke Ohnishi (1983)

  9. austenchanted:

    They don’t really touch. Women don’t shake hands with men. So the first time Darcy touches Elizabeth is when he helps her into the carriage. Which is a really beautiful moment because it’s the first skin on skin touch. I think today, we don’t think twice about that at all. I shake people’s hands, I give them a kiss, whatever. It’s interesting to think, if you don’t have that tactile nature, how important one touch can be. — Keira Knightley

  10. You were just some boy who made me laugh at a party once, and now I loathe the sight of you. In fact, if you come any closer, if you touch me or anything, I think I’ll scream.

  11. sexpansion:

    Let the Right One In dir. Tomas Alfredson

    "You stay under water for three minutes. If you can do it, I’ll just nick you"

  12. radioactivemongoose:

    mulder: a paranormal being is threatening my life scully

    scully: *mocking voice* a paranormal being is threatening my life scully

  13. Obvious Child (2014), Dir. Gillian Robespierre.