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tom hiddleston’s kinks in summary:
- brother issues
- daddy issues
- chris hemsworth
i forgot the most important one:
tHE PLOT THICKENS
Nobody tags me in stuff anymore ((((
Travis Fimmel photographed by Tony Duran for Flaunt magazine March 2014Fimmel is even-keeled, he exudes a thoughtless vibe, and as much as Fimmel plays it all down, one even has to question how hard he worked to get to his current status. Sometimes his nonchalant nature can come off as arrogant, and it’s easy to imagine he’s often misunderstood, but could care less; he’s just riding the wave. [x]
I feel like the so-called bad guys are never totally bad. I guess it’s the closest thing I can do to reality: people act nice but nobody really is nice. We all have to balance that with something dark. How we balance it is what makes something interesting…
Catherine Deneuve photographed by Dominique Issermann for New York Magazine (February 24, 2014)
Jung-hwa: What if you look a lot uglier than I think?
Cheol-min: You’d better get prepared. I look really bad. You might not recognize me.
"This ajussi… The first time I met him, his voice was very warm. I just thought he was a good person.”
Gargoyle and Pigeon. Notre-Dame de Paris. 1932.
Today i watched O-jik geu-dae-man (Always), 2011. It was such a good film. I teared up few times, even though it was pretty predictable, but nonetheless very good.
“Cinema has certain qualities, and it’s the image. Sometimes this image has its own breathing or tempo. It has to linger, and will linger because you want to have more. It is very instinctive. It is very instinctive when you’re shooting the shots in front of this video, the monitor, you know exactly, because sometimes it takes you more than 10 takes or 15 takes… Afterwards, the most enjoyable part is the final weeks. That means you put everything together, the sound, the images and everything to create a film… it’s beyond words… I think one of the reasons you keep making films is because you want to experience that part again and again.”
- Wong Kar Wai