(Source: junioradelberg)

gotitforcheap:

amazing

(Source: imsoshive)

brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)
brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)
brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)
brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)
brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)
brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)

brand-upon-the-brain:

The Wayward Cloud (Tsai Ming-liang, 2005)

(Source: noirlac)

lt-rik:

A soldier of East german grenztruppen lights a cigarette at the fall of Berlin wall, 1989-1990.

Joie Lee in Coffee and Cigarettes (dir. Jim Jarmusch)

(Source: cammiecat)

(Source: kremlint)

(Source: bewareofmpreg)

alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)
“There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.”
Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)
“There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.”
Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)
“There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.”
Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)
“There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.”
Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine
alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)
“There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.”
Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine

alternativecandidate:

Contempt (1963)

There are discussions of Homer, as Paul intends to rework an adaptation of The Odyssey for shark producer Jerry Prokosch (Jack Palance), who’s bullying the legendary director Fritz Lang (as himself) into giving him a conventional costume epic. There are also discussions and references to Lang’s actual work, the writing of Godard mentor André Bazin, Roman art, and the nature of sensuality in films and literature. In the tradition of every Godard films, Contempt is a rich and heady cocktail of the various things swimming around in the filmmaker’s mind at the time of its production.

Chuck Bowen, Slant Magazine