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In Hollywood, more often than not, they’re making more kind of traditional films, stories that are understood by people. And the entire story is understood. And they become worried if even for one small moment something happens that is not understood by everyone. But what’s so fantastic is to get down into areas where things are abstract and where things are felt, or understood in an intuitive way that, you can’t, you know, put a microphone to somebody at the theatre and say ‘Did you understand that?’ but they come out with a strange, fantastic feeling and they can carry that, and it opens some little door or something that’s magical and that’s the power that film has. -David Lynch
fictionforlife:

The Seven-Per-Cent-Solution (1976)
whykhan:

His Last Vow + reflection/distortion

whykhan:

His Last Vow + reflection/distortion

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'Do you know Dartmoor, Mr Holmes? It's an amazing place, it's like nowhere else, it's sort of…bleak. But beautiful.'

“In Greek, whose color lexicon did not stabilize for many centuries, the words most commonly used for blue are glaukos and kyaneos. The latter probably referred originally to a mineral or a metal; it has a foreign root and its meaning often shifted. During the Homeric period it denoted both the bright blue of the iris and the black of funeral garments, but never the blue of the sky or sea. An analysis of Homer’s poetry shows that out of sixty adjectives describing elements and landscapes in the Iliad and Odyssey, only three are color terms, while those evoking light effects are quite numerous. During the classical era, kyaneos meant a dark color: deep blue, violet, brown, and black. In fact, it evokes more the “feeling” of the color than its actual hue. The term glaukos, which existed in the Archaic period and was much used by Homer, can refer to gray, blue, and sometimes even yellow or brown. Rather than denoting a particular color, it expresses the idea of a color’s feebleness or weak concentration. For this reason it is used to describe the color of water, eyes, leaves, or honey.”

—   Michel Pastoureau, Blue: The History of a Color

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dramatisecho:

se03ep03, his last vow // screencaps

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“With the Apocalypse, Christianity invents a completely new image of power: the system of Judgment.”

—   Gilles Deleuze, “Nietzsche and Saint Paul, Lawrence and John of Patmos”

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Yakimono

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Reichenbach vs. HLV

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The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond

The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond

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free-martinis:

"strong chance of murder throughout the week!" 
Tomorrow’s exclusive forecast for FARGO
https://twitter.com/FargoFX

free-martinis:

"strong chance of murder throughout the week!" 

Tomorrow’s exclusive forecast for FARGO

https://twitter.com/FargoFX

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How could I refuse?

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hermione:

Fargo 1.01, ‘The Crocodile’s Dilemma’