stunningpicture:

This is the first picture I was given of my unborn son

stunningpicture:

This is the first picture I was given of my unborn son

(via new-aesthetic)

blankshoreripples:

mubiblog:

Trailer - Maps to the Stars by David Cronenberg

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Look at Cronenberg. Out there, just making these movies of his. What a guy.

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salamcinema:

Csillagosok, katonák/The Red and the White (1967), Miklós Jancsó

(via salamcinema)

"I always believe that any learning comes through concentration and patience, and that you have to train yourself to have that patience and to perceive. That isn’t slow to me, that’s hard work. It may be slow in the movement of things but it isn’t slow in the stuff that’s going on in your mind when you watch something for a long time and you see very minimal changes: you start to learn from that. So time is a function of becoming more intelligent, I think; you need to take time. The word ‘slow’ seems to belittle that process. How can you rush that?"

— James Benning, asked what he thinks about the term ‘slow cinema.’ [x]  (via chriswaltzs)

(Source: 13monden, via salamcinema)

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winterfellis:

by lehibou

aloofshahbanou:

ex-defamiliar:

Our body is not in space like things; it inhabits or haunts space. It applies itself to space like a hand to an instrument, and when we wish to move about we do not move the body as we move an object. We transport it without instruments as if by magic, since it is ours and because through it we have direct access to space. For us the body is much more than an instrument or a means; it is our expression in the world, the visible form of our intentions. Even our most secret affective movements, those most deeply tied to the humoral infrastructure, help to shape our perception of things.

Maurice Merleau-Ponty, The Primacy of Perception

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ilovehotdogs:

Jack Nicholson by Willy Rizzo

I understand.

ilovehotdogs:

Jack Nicholson by Willy Rizzo

I understand.