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New poster for Nolan’s Interstellar.


Chungking Express (1994) dir. Wong Kar Wai

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You humans act so strange. Everything you create is used to destroy.

The Fifth Element (1997, dir. Luc Besson)

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The Complete Light of William Shakespeare


Apocalypse Now (1979) dir. Francis Ford Coppola

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You always stop at the same part, when it’s very beautiful.

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This place is bullshit.

This place is bullshit.

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Untitled - An-Open-Letter-to-Art-Critics.pdf


…Political art, however, is engaged in the world. The world is messy. It has a lot of moving parts. This material is impossible to fully control or master – and shouldn’t be (unless you have fascist ambitions). Whereas compromise for the traditional artist means diluting their vision, compromise for the political artist is the very essence of democratic engagement…The power of art lies in its ability to open up a space to ask questions rather than deliver answers. We think this makes for good politics too.

- Duncombe & Lambert

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Look, Dave, I can see you’re really upset about this. I honestly think you ought to sit down calmly, take a stress pill and think things over.


Quite frankly, we have had some very reliable intelligence reports that… quite a serious epidemic has broken out at Clavius. Something, apparently, of an unknown origin.


Behind the Scenes on Third Star - Which I still haven’t got the courage together to watch, I barely made it through ‘Inseparable’ & got through more tissues than it is minutes long! (x)

Is anyone else too afraid to watch it because of the feels?

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"There is no way illusions can come to life."Perfect Blue, 1997.

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And I come back to you now… at the turn of the tide.

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Assassin’s creed Unity, sneak peek (x)

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