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My name is Andrew, my age varies by who is asking, live in Sfl and the sunlight alludes me. My blog varies between comics, games and Movies or anything random the internet provies.

sams-film-stills:

Bronson (2008) Dir. Nicolas Winding Refn

3 days ago on July 28th, 2014 | J | 729 notes
neemah89:

bronson

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bronson

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piratequaintrelle:

There Will Be Blood

—2007, Paul Thomas Anderson

*I’m so guilty of this mindset. You just can’t help it sometimes.

5 days ago on July 26th, 2014 | J | 11,702 notes

They should have put you in a glass jar on the mantlepiece.

5 days ago on July 26th, 2014 | J | 1,896 notes

The Master was the first motion picture in 16 years to be filmed on 65mm format using Panavision’s System 65 camera. Around 85% of the film was shot in this format, with the rest shot on 35mm. The last full-length motion picture to be shot in 65/70mm was Kenneth Branagh’s 1996 adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The decision to shoot in 65mm came from a desire to replicate the look of photos taken by vintage Pressman cameras, which use large-format 4x5-inch film. This also led to the use of the narrower 1.85:1 aspect ratio (65mm has a native aspect ratio of 2.2:1). Director Paul Thomas Anderson initially suggested shooting the film in VistaVision, and test footage was shot in that format, but the shallow-focus effect was not pronounced enough (x).

1 week ago on July 24th, 2014 | J | 797 notes
reflectionofthelifetolifeitself:

“I wanted to freeze time. I wanted to savor that moment, to live in that moment for a week. But I couldn’t stop it, only slow it. And before I knew it, she was gone. After the door closed I felt like the last person on Earth.”
Cashback, 2006, Sean Ellis

reflectionofthelifetolifeitself:

I wanted to freeze time. I wanted to savor that moment, to live in that moment for a week. But I couldn’t stop it, only slow it. And before I knew it, she was gone. After the door closed I felt like the last person on Earth.

Cashback, 2006, Sean Ellis

1 week ago on July 20th, 2014 | J | 458 notes
1 week ago on July 20th, 2014 | J | 98 notes


Cashback (2006)
I had just become immune to sleep. I suddenly found I had 8 extra hours. My life had been extended by a third. I wanted time to pass quickly but instead I was forced to witness the passing of every second of every hour. I wanted the hurt I felt to go away but in some cruel trick of events I now had even more time on my hands. 

Cashback (2006)

I had just become immune to sleep. I suddenly found I had 8 extra hours. My life had been extended by a third. I wanted time to pass quickly but instead I was forced to witness the passing of every second of every hour. I wanted the hurt I felt to go away but in some cruel trick of events I now had even more time on my hands. 

1 week ago on July 20th, 2014 | J | 136 notes
1 week ago on July 20th, 2014 | J | 146 notes

Quentin Tarantino’s Films.

2 weeks ago on July 15th, 2014 | J | 22,457 notes