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"What I do is think about time in a very simple way. Filmmakers are never interested in time, which disturbs me because time is terribly important — it’s a dimension. Our life happens over time, and time is always short, and getting shorter and shorter. That’s why I want to show you in my films that time is passing and when something is happening it’s happening in time. I want to show the viewer that time is as important as the set, as the music, as the actors and the action." — Béla Tarr

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I can personally attest to this being an accurate representation of that film.

I can personally attest to this being an accurate representation of that film.

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critical-theory:

Meanwhile on Twitter.

critical-theory:

Meanwhile on Twitter.

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wamwamwam said: omg i hate tumblr sometimes (no respect at all for cinema). The colors in that taxi driver shot have been hella edited - in the original shot the bokeh are red and green.

Iknorite? Between that and the awkward aspect ratio fuck up for that Mommy post, it’s been a shitty week for people keeping their grubby mitts off of film posts. 

Not to mention the absurdity of comparing those two movies to begin with. (Someone’s google history features the keywords “American” and “violent film”)


Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver (1976).

Ryan Gosling in Drive (2011).

One of these films is not like the other, one of these films just doesn’t belong…

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