July312014
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What Time Is It There?/Ni na bian ji dian (Tsai Ming-liang - 2001)

What Time Is It There?/Ni na bian ji dian (Tsai Ming-liang - 2001)

(Source: mizoguchi, via andreii-tarkovsky)

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thewildswan:

“-We must not even think about the time.-I guess you’re right, Lucy.-Well, Bark, i figure that everyone is entitled to just so much happiness in life.Some get it in the beginning, and some in the middle and others at the end.And then there are those that have it spread thin all through the years.”Victor Moore (as Barkley) and Beulah Bondi (as Lucy) in Make way for tomorrow, 1937.

thewildswan:

-We must not even think about the time.
-I guess you’re right, Lucy.
-Well, Bark, i figure that everyone is entitled to just so much happiness in life.
Some get it in the beginning, and some in the middle and others at the end.
And then there are those that have it spread thin all through the years.

Victor Moore (as Barkley) and Beulah Bondi (as Lucy) in Make way for tomorrow, 1937.

11PM
thewildswan:

“-You know, the more i think of it, the fella who wrote that poem, you know, your favorite? I think he must have got a peek into our future. You know, the poem in the bookwhere you marked the place with a rosebud? Or did the bank get that too?-They took the book, but they couldn’t take the poem from me…   A man and a maid stood hand in hand…   bound by a tiny wedding band.   Before them lay the uncertain years…   that promised joy, maybe tears.   ‘Is she afraid? ’ Thought the man of the maid.   ‘Darling,’ he said in a tender voice…   ‘tell me, do you regret your choice?   We know not where the road may wind…   or what strange byways we may find.   ‘Are you afraid?’ Said the man to the maid.   She raised her eyes and spoke at last.   ‘My dear,’ she said, ‘the die is cast…   the vows have been spoken, the rice has been thrown.   Into the future we’ll travel alone.   With you,’ said the maid…   I’m not afraid.’ “


Victor Moore (as Barkley) and Beulah Bondi (as Lucy) in Make way for tomorrow, 1937.

thewildswan:

“-You know, the more i think of it, the fella who wrote that poem, you know, your favorite? I think he must have got a peek into our future. You know, the poem in the bookwhere you marked the place with a rosebud? Or did the bank get that too?
-They took the book, but they couldn’t take the poem from me…
   A man and a maid stood hand in hand…
   bound by a tiny wedding band.
   Before them lay the uncertain years…
   that promised joy, maybe tears.
   ‘Is she afraid? ’ Thought the man of the maid.
   ‘Darling,’ he said in a tender voice…
   ‘tell me, do you regret your choice?
   We know not where the road may wind…
   or what strange byways we may find.
   ‘Are you afraid?’ Said the man to the maid.
   She raised her eyes and spoke at last.
   ‘My dear,’ she said, ‘the die is cast…
   the vows have been spoken, the rice has been thrown.
   Into the future we’ll travel alone.
   With you,’ said the maid…
   I’m not afraid.’ “

Victor Moore (as Barkley) and Beulah Bondi (as Lucy) in Make way for tomorrow, 1937.

11PM
bedeliadumaurier:

Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)

bedeliadumaurier:

Make Way for Tomorrow (1937)

11PM

One of my new favorite movies of all time.

(Source: thinkcarelessly)

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(Source: teen1dol, via andreii-tarkovsky)

11AM

I know, it’s almost impossible to succeed but who cares really? The answer must be in the attempt.

(Source: gyllenhaals, via andreii-tarkovsky)

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12AM

This song never fails to make me cry.

Goddamn it…

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