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“I am incredibly passionate about my life, I am absolutely unable to hide any emotion. If I wrote a book, I’d have to call it ‘P is for Passion’. I don’t go in for anything halfway. My feelings about things are instant, on the spot. And my heart is always, always on my sleeve.” - Kate Winslet

“I am incredibly passionate about my life, I am absolutely unable to hide any emotion. If I wrote a book, I’d have to call it ‘P is for Passion’. I don’t go in for anything halfway. My feelings about things are instant, on the spot. And my heart is always, always on my sleeve.” - Kate Winslet

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truthandmovies:

"I think that movies are different things to different people. To me, they’re a really important part of cultural identity. They’re a great touchstone to who we were and what were on about at any given time. You look back to the cinema of the ’70s and ’80s and you see all different types of actors and palettes. It wasn’t so much about physical perfection. You had very odd leading men. It’s interesting how movies and culture reflect who we are. You’ll find that the movie business is paid for by those mega movies. The movie business is paid for by Big Macs. By movies as product. Movie studios use that term “product” all the time. Product? You mean you have a lot of stories? No, we have a lot of product. You have stories."

– DAVID FINCHER

READ THE FULL “GONE GIRL” INTERVIEW WITH DAVID FINCHER ON LITTLE WHITE LIES 

I don’t think I am considered a Hollywood star. I have sometimes been told ‘you are on the verge of stardom’, and it amuses me. My professional choices are not those of a star: I am still intrigued by atypical scripts and the idea exploring unknown grounds excite me as much as ever. Thus, I have a predilection for characters that lose themselves; I always look for the flaw, the accident, the vice. As for my private life, it is not gossip material. I have been married to the same man for ten years and I have no taste for exhibitionism. There is no scandal in my life. As a result I am left alone, which make me extremely happy: anonymity fits me perfectly.

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 Catherine Deneuve and Françoise Dorléac discuss The Young Girls of Rochefort (1967) 

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wandrlust:

Japanese Poster for Mean Streets (Martin Scorsese, 1973)

wandrlust:

Japanese Poster for Mean Streets (Martin Scorsese, 1973)

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Patricia Arquette, 1990’s

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The loss of youth, the loss of beauty - it definitely plays havoc with your psyche. There’s this transition from, ‘Wow, she looks really young for her age,’ to, ‘She looks great for her age.’ There is certainly a mourning process to that. I used to think I would never have surgery but it’s really hard to say never.

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Movies directed by Satoshi Kon (October 12, 1963 – August 24, 2010)

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chungkingexpress1994:

Women On Film

Chloe Sevigny in The Last Days of Disco

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taishou-kun:

Perfect blue - Director : Kon Satoshi 今 敏 (1963-2010)  - French poster - 1997

taishou-kun:

Perfect blue - Director : Kon Satoshi 今 敏 (1963-2010) - French poster - 1997

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Boys Don’t Cry (1999)

Boys Don’t Cry (1999)

violentsaturdays:

Nosferatu the Vampyre (Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht) | Werner Herzog | 1979

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River Phoenix at the Oscars (1989)

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theartofmoviestills:

Touch of Evil | Orson Welles | 1958

theartofmoviestills:

Touch of Evil | Orson Welles | 1958