think in film.

"no art passes our conscience in the way film does, and goes directly to our feelings, deep down in the dark rooms of our souls." - ingmar bergman.
[you can find me on youtube, where i post movie edits: youtube.com/thelemalema]

We’re not bad people. We just come from a bad place. Shame (2011).

(Source: miaswasikowska)

19 04/14

marypickfords:

Marie Antoinette (2006)

19 04/14

Speaking of Netflix….

Would anyone be interested in a list of recommendations for the UK Netflix? Most of the lists I’ve found on line are out of date or for the US Netflix.

19 04/14

I just watched “Breathe In” on UK Netflix. It was very gentle and intense all at once, and of course Felicity Jones was absolutely amazing. I feel like she’s a very underrated actress at the moment, particularly here in the UK. All four leads were very impressive, actually, with Guy Pierce as the lovely if misguided male lead.
The soundtrack was the movie’s best part, particularly in a film so focused on music. At times the plot was a little over the place - it was very much a slice of life type thing, not particularly plot-driven - a little like Joanna Hogg’s “Archipelago” in that sense.
Very enjoyable! I’d definitely recommend it if you’re looking for some quiet weekend viewing.
4/5
(Potential triggers: sexual assault)

19 04/14

Make me choose - verymachorainbows asked: Curse of the Black Pearl or At World’s End?

(via ethelreds)

19 04/14

I’m trying, I’m trying to help you.

      —- Shame (2011)

(Source: chloebeanne)

19 04/14

healthymadness:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) - directed by Wes Anderson. Starring Ralph Fiennes, Tony Revolori and Saoirse Ronan.

Track: “Mr. Moustafa" by Alexandre Desplat (buy music)

(Source: thefilmfatale)

19 04/14

10 Things I hate about you

(Source: lovelifelove2013)

18 04/14
18 04/14

piney49:

When history did not cooperate, history was changed.

18 04/14