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David Fincher’s head in box… David Fincher photographed by Gilles Decamps while promoting Se7en in Paris, 1995. [x]

David Fincher’s head in box… David Fincher photographed by Gilles Decamps while promoting Se7en in Paris, 1995. [x]

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"You don’t fear death… You welcome it. Your punishment must be more severe." - The Dark Knight Rises (2012)

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hudsonsbluff:

The Godfather (1972)
"From early on in his legendary career, Marlon Brando used cue cards for his lines, which he felt increased his spontaneity. His lines were printed and placed in his character’s line of sight; stills from the production show that they sometimes required clever placement. In one photo, a cue card is taped on the wall behind a lamp. In another, Robert Duvall is seen holding Brando’s cue cards up to his chest. In the scene above, they are held just beyond the view of the camera. Some thought Brando used the cards out of laziness or an inability to memorize his lines. Once on The Godfather set, Brando was asked why he wanted his lines printed out. “Because I can read them that way,” he said. And that was the end of the cue-card discussion.” (Nate Rawlings)

hudsonsbluff:

The Godfather (1972)

"From early on in his legendary career, Marlon Brando used cue cards for his lines, which he felt increased his spontaneity. His lines were printed and placed in his character’s line of sight; stills from the production show that they sometimes required clever placement. In one photo, a cue card is taped on the wall behind a lamp. In another, Robert Duvall is seen holding Brando’s cue cards up to his chest. In the scene above, they are held just beyond the view of the camera. Some thought Brando used the cards out of laziness or an inability to memorize his lines. Once on The Godfather set, Brando was asked why he wanted his lines printed out. “Because I can read them that way,” he said. And that was the end of the cue-card discussion.” (Nate Rawlings)

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fossarian:

i had learned early to assume something dark and lethal hidden at the heart of anything i loved. when i couldn’t find it, i responded, bewildered and wary, in the only way i knew how: by planting it there myself

fossarian:

i had learned early to assume something dark and lethal hidden at the heart of anything i loved. when i couldn’t find it, i responded, bewildered and wary, in the only way i knew how: by planting it there myself

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reesh:

remember remember remember

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