The Place Beyond the Pines is a beautiful and poetic sighing for America, one that yearns for its ideal whilst mourning for its reality, that gap between what everyone wants it to be and what it has really become. When the film ends, AJ is right next to his father on an election platform, crossing right to his future on his father’s coattails; but the last shot begins with Jason, riding into his future off to the side of the frame into the unknown; and the camera stays focused on a tiny American flag, slightly out of focus, but smack-dead in the centre of the frame, surrounded by the pastoral barns, silos and landscape so familiar and so potent a symbol of an idea of America, one dear to cinema and indeed to filmgoers, and both like and unlike what the film has shown us. And then the first notes of Bon Iver’s ‘The Wolves (Act I and II) start and we hear the lyric ‘someday my pain, will mark you’ and the eyes lightly well up just as they did with Ryan Gosling in church and one thinks ‘This is a truly great movie’. (x)
Hard noise. — Fitspo!! | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
menta con chocolate…<3 so badlyyyyyy
Robert De Niro in Taxi Driver (1976)
La era del vacío…
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jiji <3 Amélie
Quand j’ai le rhume.
When I have a cold.
Veiled figures,Raffaelo Monti (1818–1881)
The Twilight Zone (1959-1964)
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