2 March, 2014

I like the story René Clément told about Cocteau one day. Cocteau was seeing a film with Clément and said to him, ‘You see, this film, it’s terrible because the camera is a very dangerous animal, because the camera films not only what is in front of it, but it also films what is behind it. And, you see, in this film, they were so bored while making it that their boredom is onscreen.’ What he said really struck me and it’s maybe why I try to be as calm as possible.

— Alain Resnais

25 February, 2014
La mort du cygne (1937) by Jean Benoît-Lévy

La mort du cygne (1937) by Jean Benoît-Lévy

25 February, 2014

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18 February, 2014

Killed The Movies And Went Home (2014)

13 February, 2014

Camera falls from airplane and lands in pig pen—MUST WATCH END!!

5 February, 2014

Charlie Chaplin 1914 Making A Living

10 December, 2013
Members of Cañon City KKK, Klan No. 21, pose on and around the Ferris wheel at the site of a carnival at 8th and Greenwood in Cañon City, Colorado (1926)

Members of Cañon City KKK, Klan No. 21, pose on and around the Ferris wheel at the site of a carnival at 8th and Greenwood in Cañon City, Colorado (1926)

1 December, 2013

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1 December, 2013

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28 November, 2013

The purpose of life is to be defeated by greater and greater things.

— Rainer Maria Rilke