“A ma sœur !” par Catherine Breillat
I’m picky when it comes to guy friends. As picky as I am, I hang out with dudes most of the time… Even with my female friends back in town for summer, I still feel an uneven balance between the genders I converse with.
I need more girl power in my life! Men, from what I’ve experienced, are just not as good with my feel-y emotions…
Anyway… seeing Man of Steel for the SECOND time tonight. I don’t usually see movies in the theater twice because they cost an arm and a leg, but I’ve been feeling lonely every second I don’t spend being with other people. I’m not sure why… I mean, I like my alone time. I like it a lot. This summer is filled with more uncertainties than my anxiety-ridden brain can take and I guess, maybe, I need as many distractions as I can get? :/ whatever the reason, being social isn’t a bad thing at least…
pretty sure I reblogged this already but doing it again
The New 1950 Eye
I used to talk to you all the time, even though I was alone. I walked around for months talking to you. Now I don’t know what to say. It was easier when I just imagined you. We’d have long conversations, the two of us. It was almost like you were there. I could hear you, I could see you, smell you. I could hear your voice. Sometimes it would wake me up in the middle of the night, just like you were in the room with me. Then, it slowly faded. I couldn’t picture you anymore. I tried to talk out loud to you like I used to, but there was nothing there. I couldn’t hear you. I just gave it up. Everything stopped. You just disappeared.
Marcello Mastroianni in 8 ½ , 1963
The more one talks, the less the words mean.
Polish Movie Posters
I enjoy how the Rosemary’s Baby poster gives away the entire plot of the film.
Favorite Cinematic Couples
7. Catherine (Jeanne Moreau), Jules (Oskar Werner) and Jim (Henri Serre) in Jules et Jim, directed by François Truffaut (1962)
Catherine: You said, “I love you,” I said, “Wait.” I was going to say, “Take me,” you said, “Go away.”