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Remember what you once said? If someone wants to destroy himself, society should allow him to do so.

Coeur de pirate.

Coeur de pirate.

reel-drone:

We are the Best! (2013) Lukas Moodysson

I love how only a small number of people came to see this movie, but I never heard a crowd clap harder once it was over. Exceptional I must say.

A new trailer for “We Are The Best!" from Swedish director Lukas Moodysson.  The film centers around three girls who at the age of thirteen decide to start their own punk band.  It screens in Toronto starting May 30th.

Apr 9

"Heed the words of an author: art of surfeit has hunger, ours be taken away."

The video for “The Men Who Live Upstairs” by The Most Serene Republic.  Directed by George Vale, the song is taken from the 2007 album Population.

Apr 8
mainahmu:

Stephanie Lapointe for Eve Gravel
Photo: Maude Arsenault

mainahmu:

Stephanie Lapointe for Eve Gravel

Photo: Maude Arsenault

Apr 7
A scene from Liverpool (2012) starring Stephanie Lapointe and Charles-Alexandre Dube.

A scene from Liverpool (2012) starring Stephanie Lapointe and Charles-Alexandre Dube.

Apr 6
lapitiedangereuse:

Ingrid Bergman

lapitiedangereuse:

Ingrid Bergman

Apr 5

"I was 19 when I got into acting training classes at a TV station and then I found a way to express my feelings. My father left us when I was a kid and I just shut down all of my emotions. I wasn’t talkative; I didn’t know how to communicate with people. I tried to separate from people. I didn’t know how to tell people about my family, about my father, because at that time it wasn’t common. So I felt very bad and so I tried to shut down all my emotions. And after I got into the classes I found a way of expressing myself through characters. I can cry behind a character, I can shout behind a character and it became a relief. And it’s fun."
Tony LeungBorn June 27, 1962

"I was 19 when I got into acting training classes at a TV station and then I found a way to express my feelings. My father left us when I was a kid and I just shut down all of my emotions. I wasn’t talkative; I didn’t know how to communicate with people. I tried to separate from people. I didn’t know how to tell people about my family, about my father, because at that time it wasn’t common. So I felt very bad and so I tried to shut down all my emotions. And after I got into the classes I found a way of expressing myself through characters. I can cry behind a character, I can shout behind a character and it became a relief. And it’s fun."

Tony Leung
Born June 27, 1962

(Source: strangewood)