Vanessa, 21. Brasil.

shihlun:

Jean-Luc Godard washing a dog.

shihlun:

Jean-Luc Godard washing a dog.

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auteurstearoom:

Jeanne Moreau, Robert De Niro and Director Elia Kazan relax between takes on the set of The Last Tycoon.

auteurstearoom:

Jeanne Moreau, Robert De Niro and Director Elia Kazan relax between takes on the set of The Last Tycoon.

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capaldiblog:

Peter Capaldi attends BBC ‘Doctor Who’ Rio de Janeiro Photocall.

capaldiblog:

Peter Capaldi attends BBC ‘Doctor Who’ Rio de Janeiro Photocall.

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 In a human hand there are 27 bones. Some apes have more. A gorilla has 32, five in each thumb. A human has 27. If you break an arm or a leg, the bone grows back together by calcification. It will be stronger than before. If you break a bone in your hand, it will never recover completely. Before every fight, you’ll think. In each slap, you’ll think. You’ll be careful. But at some point the pain will come back. Like needles. Like glass splinters.

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sourvix:

Greta Garbo

sourvix:

Greta Garbo

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Extraordinary people look at something and see three things, and the average person sees only one. John could see ten, and he was able somehow to put them all together. He housed in himself, under one roof, all the contradictions. He was a man of action, but also a dreamer. He was teeming with feeling, emotional, yet extremely intelligent. There are revolutionaries who want to tear down and make something fresh. Then there are the old-fashioned, those who see the wisdom in the past. John saw both. He was both. A complex man—he had antennae like Proust, but he was a competitor like VInce Lombardi. He was a wild animal, but at the same time the family was central to his universe. These are times when it’s easy to be pessimistic. But if the tribe can produce somebody like John, there’s still hope. — Peter Falk, Just One More Thing

Extraordinary people look at something and see three things, and the average person sees only one. John could see ten, and he was able somehow to put them all together. He housed in himself, under one roof, all the contradictions. He was a man of action, but also a dreamer. He was teeming with feeling, emotional, yet extremely intelligent. There are revolutionaries who want to tear down and make something fresh. Then there are the old-fashioned, those who see the wisdom in the past. John saw both. He was both. A complex man—he had antennae like Proust, but he was a competitor like VInce Lombardi. He was a wild animal, but at the same time the family was central to his universe. These are times when it’s easy to be pessimistic. But if the tribe can produce somebody like John, there’s still hope. — Peter FalkJust One More Thing

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