beds with baths full of linen, some parts covered, some parts exposed. scars exposed, the one on the finger. caressed in the blankets, stories revealed, bare like crescendo breasts. wanting to know everything. windchime waterdrops, alive, falling down the window panes. satin ballerina dancers, twirling in ocean pirouettes. sepia vinyl monoliths, ashtrays that are still smoking. crystal soprano chandelier songs, vocal chords dripping in honey. nighttime air breezing in past cellophane swathed pearl screens. lilting iridescent flutes, heartstrings wrapped around…
"to think that i've been afraid of you."
"how nice that we don't understand each other."
"you need to watch your step among all the ghosts and memories."
"all this talk. there's no need to discuss loneliness. it's a waste of time."
coming off of the extremely dismal existentialism that was winter light as my last viewing from the director, i was apprehensive about the silence. i wished for a more hopeful film, because honestly i didn't know how much…
tag yourself ❗️ i would always love to think that i'm alice in this movie/story, but really the character that most represents me is the white rabbit. he's a ball of anxiety and OCD and worry and that really describes me a lot
"it would be so nice if something would make sense for a change" felt that
the red paint dripping and getting everywhere used to really upset me
somehow i just…
would do just about anything for robert redford, and would also do just about anything for paul newman. but then put them together in a 30s period piece, in suits, in color so their blue eyes are piercing into my soul, playing intelligent ass con men who are not necessarily good, but not necessarily bad either? whew. there isn't anything i wouldn't do for them with all that being thrown into the mix. sign me up. idk what i'm signing up for exactly, but it doesn't even matter. just sign me up.
(robert redford - ranked)
(paul newman - ranked)
"it's better to see it than to have it hide. things that hide are more dangerous and scary."
soft, poetic, quiet and beautiful; minari is a stunning portrayal of being happy with what you have, instead of being unhappy with what you don't. a great reminder to find the satisfaction in the everyday and the mundanity of life. because after all, don't all the little things add up to be the biggest? there's magic in the normalcy, we just have…