Catherine Deneuve and director Luis Buñuel on the set of Belle de Jour, photographed by Manuel Litran, 1967.
07.30.2014 / +639 / gelsominas / missavagardner

Marilyn Monroe, Yves Montand and Gene Kelly on the set of Let’s Make Love, 1960. 


*inhales* what a beautiful day *exhales* to play video games for 15 hours straight


Liv Ullmann and Bibi Andersson in Ingmar Bergman’s Persona, 1966

07.30.2014 / +726 / missgilda

Your hiding place isn’t watertight. Life trickles in everywhere, and you’re forced to react. No one asks if it’s true, if you’re genuine or false. Such questions matter only in the theatre, and hardly there either. 

Persona | dir. Ingmar Bergman (1966)
07.30.2014 / +1078 / naokosattomi

Books who start out great but get boring or pointless in the middle are the actual worst

07.29.2014 / +3


all these old hollywood powerpoints

07.29.2014 / +70 / misshazelflagg / lanaturner



Jeff Goldblum in ‘Annie Hall’, 1977

07.29.2014 / +7478 / henryfondas / femburton



get out your VCR’s it’s time to watch The Prince of Egypt. or you can watch it here.

please don’t watch exodus: gods and kings because it’s icky and racist. you deserve better. you deserve the prince of egypt.

May I also add that The Prince of Egypt’s accuracy has been approved by not only Christianity, but by Judaism and Islam as well! So it’s actually the most accurately told version out there!

07.29.2014 / +35307 / sailorduval / feferi-captor


Two sailors ca. 1940-1945. An image featured in the “Love and War” exhibit at the Kinsey Institute Gallery. More info on the exhibit can be found here.

The photo is usually seen cropped from the waist up, as it was in the 1980s when the activist organization ACT-UP used in it on a T-shirt in their Read My Lips campaign. But the print hanging in the Kinsey gallery is the original version. Below decks, the sailors’ flies are open, and they are, so to speak, crossing swords.”


"Yellow fever is when the only prerequisite for me to become your potential partner is the colour of my skin. That’s cheap. That’s offensive. You’re an asshole, go away." (x)