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  • Fallen Angels

    Fallen Angels


    tw: very deep, hopeless feelings that may be disturbing to some readers

    they moved to the city for the same reason almost anyone does: for the fast cars, the blinding lights, the ever crescendoing melodic cacophony. the swift subways that would whisk away without you if you were even a fraction of a second late to board, the crowded nightclubs pervaded by the smell of human sweat and the closeness of electric bodies. 

    so many lonely souls dream of it,…

  • His Motorbike, Her Island

    His Motorbike, Her Island


    please forgive me, for my memory has grown rather hazy. i cannot remember things the way i used to, or see what i once saw. what long ago was a clear, bright photograph in my mind has been reduced to monochrome, blurry at the edges with the facts turned muddled and strange. when i recollect it in my head, only a little bit stands out in color, vivid enough for my mind to accurately recount.

    everything is clouded in a…

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  • MS Slavic 7

    MS Slavic 7


    hong sang-soo for trust fund babies

  • What Time Is It There?

    What Time Is It There?


    maybe i should just watch this on a loop forever and forget about all the other movies in the world and just cry every time i watch this as my soul leaves my body and i ascend to a completely new and uncharted dimension where tsai ming-liang is god and cinema is completely and eternally alive 🙂💧

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  • Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me

    Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    it’s so easy to lose yourself.

    you grow up in a quiet town, where a yellow light still means slow down and not speed up. you’re an only child, and your dad’s a lawyer and your mom’s a housewife- the ideal family. you’re beautiful, and everyone loves you.

    it’s so easy to lose yourself.

    you find it’s easy for you to make friends. you find two great ones, who you feel at home around, who you can talk about anything…

  • Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense

    Stop Making Sense is a film that transports viewers to a completely different universe, one without context or resolution, or story or structure. at its very core lies a true sense of euphoria, and an ultimate freedom from all the troubles of the world. it feels so natural to lose oneself in the otherworldly antics of David Byrne and the true passion behind Talking Heads’ music.

    I don’t know what it is about this movie, but it has just now had…