Maroun Bagdadi, 1982.

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”I’m not so worried about camera or film…” - Werner Herzog

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Pulp Fiction deleted scene (1994)

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Why do people go to the cinema? What takes them into a darkened room where, for two hours, they watch the play of shadows on a sheet? The search for entertainment? The need for a kind of drug? All over the world there are, indeed, entertainment firms and organisations which exploit cinema and television and spectacles of many other kinds. Our starting-point, however, should not be there, but in the essential principles of cinema, which have to do with the human need to master and know the world. I think that what a person normally goes to the cinema for is time: for time lost or spent or not yet had. He goes there for living experience; for cinema, like no other art, widens, enhances and concentrates a person’s experience—and not only enhances it but makes it longer, significantly longer. That is the power of cinema: ‘stars’, story-lines and entertainment have nothing to do with it.

Andrei TarkovskySculpting In Time (1987)

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30 DAY MOVIE CHALLENGE: DAY 30

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Room 666 (1982)

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lillithblackwell:


“I’m an idealistwho has outgrownmy idealismI have nothing to dothe rest of my lifebut do itand the rest of my lifeto do it” 

― Jack Kerouac,  Mexico City Blues

lillithblackwell:

“I’m an idealist
who has outgrown
my idealism
I have nothing to do
the rest of my life
but do it
and the rest of my life
to do it”

Jack Kerouac, Mexico City Blues

Pusher 2: With Blood On My Hands - Extras

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