to the truth, and all its consequences
laine, 14, infj

film, tv, and literature lover with little skills and no talent. i love lord zuko a lot.

seraphica:

Photographer Franck Bohbot captures the classic movie palaces of southern California [x]

The Zero Theorem (2013)

Dean seemed to thrive on dangerous stunts, and he used his motorcycle as his instrument more than once. I always refused to get on the back of it when he drove. “Why,” he would ask, “Yuh scared?”
"Yes, Jim, I’m scared," I once answered. "You take too many chances."
We were in front of my place, and he gunned the motor and took off. I would have stopped him and gotten my camera for some shots, but he was already zooming towards Park Avenue. I went inside. About fifteen minutes later my doorbell rang. I hadn’t heard any loud crashes, but was still relieved to see Jimmy when I opened the door.
"That was a short trip," I said and smiled. "Glad to see you back alive." He headed for the couch and settled in for an argument. He talked about the exhileration of taking chances and how great that felt. I am by nature more cautious, do our discussion was lively. We finally wound around to bullfighting and Hemingway’s Death in the Afternoon.
His eyes lit up and he leaned forward as he insisted that “Old Hemingway squeezed the juice out of life.”
I agreed.
"I’m not going to live past 30," he said, and smiled, looking intently at me.

When director Joshua Logan heard that Hollywood’s most notorious blonde would star in Bus Stop, his initial reaction was, "Oh no…Marilyn Monroe can’t pull off Bus Stop. She can’t act!" In a later interview, Logan ate his own words, lamenting, "I could gargle with salt and vinegar even now as I say that, because I found her to be one of the greatest talents of all time."

Visually stunning movies Psycho

Cinematography by John L. Russell

everyone thinks enigma is unbreakable. let me try and then we’ll know for sure.

babybacalling:

Lauren Bacall and James Stewart at the American Film Institute 10th Anniversary held at the Kennedy Center, November 17th 1977. 

Léa Seydoux by Michelangelo Di Battista for the February 2014 issue of Vogue Italia.

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