Then how my dear, could the fire be great?


I'm Grace.
     

rosemarys-baby-daddy:

Greta Gerwig photographed by David Needleman for Scene magazine

corddi:

Laurence Anyways (2012)

corddi:

Laurence Anyways (2012)


Lilja 4-ever (2002), dir. Lukas Moodysson

Lilja 4-ever (2002), dir. Lukas Moodysson

larsvontired:

Though I tried to keep him in my own way, mentally.

You gave me life.


That’s an actor’s dream: To have a diverse career that asks me to go into scary new places within myself. I do well when I step into things I know nothing about.

That’s an actor’s dream: To have a diverse career that asks me to go into scary new places within myself. I do well when I step into things I know nothing about.

four and three and two and one

mazzystardust:

The Birds Didn’t Die Over The Winter - Paz de la Huerta by Alexandra Carr

mazzystardust:

The Birds Didn’t Die Over The Winter - Paz de la Huerta by Alexandra Carr

alternativecandidate:

Birth (2004)

"The two of us would talk a lot—I would propose a lot of different solutions, scenes, characters—but I never wrote a line. When the moment came to write the film, I gave Jonathan the pen and told him, ‘You write,’ since the film was going to be in English. And it was quite interesting because he had never written anything. I was there next to him, but he was very anxious to write himself." But while others might look at Birth as a romantic triangle between Kidman, the boy, and her fiancé (Danny Huston), Carrière sees the narrative differently. “It’s a love story between the woman, the boy and time,” he says. “She knows very well that nobody has ever loved her the way the boy loves her. But on the other hand, he’s 10 and she’s 35. Time is a very tough barrier between the two of them—it’s a real character in the film. I worked with time in Birth almost as if it were an actor in the film.”

Jean-Claude Carrière, FilmCraft: Screenwriting

Alternative Candidate Rating: 4/5

turian-chocolate:

Cutie pie Mads + Murder Suit! [x]

Kristen Stewart taking a break on the set of American Ultra (x)

"Don’t treat me like a three-hour brunch friend!"

Young James Spader Appreciation Post

andreasanterini:

Rosamund Pike in “Crazy Beautiful” / Photographed by Willy Vanderperre / Styled by Olivier Rizzo, for W Magazine May 2014

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