hauntology & desire

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SERIOUSLY

somebody recommend me genre/weirdo/experimental/narrative or non-narrative/etc movies that i probably haven’t seen that you think i will ENJOY. feel in a total glut, like i’ve already seen all the movies that retroactively target my specific taste

PLEASE

PLEASE

PLEASE


Pier Paolo Pasolini

This is actually my favorite photo of Pasolini for a number of reasons (one being that it weirdly resembles an Irina Ionesco photo), and I hadn’t actually seen it until it popped up on my dashboard since I was like a 14 year old art fag on family vacation flipping through a book on Pasolini in a remaindered bookstore in an outlet mall. 

Pier Paolo Pasolini

This is actually my favorite photo of Pasolini for a number of reasons (one being that it weirdly resembles an Irina Ionesco photo), and I hadn’t actually seen it until it popped up on my dashboard since I was like a 14 year old art fag on family vacation flipping through a book on Pasolini in a remaindered bookstore in an outlet mall. 

(Source: andreii-tarkovsky, via cruiseorbecruised)

"I am sorry. I explained myself badly. You will change but I don’t think I will, or rather I don’t think so any more. And whichever way you look at it there is nothing to be done about it. Even if I could have wished that things had been different I can never forget the traveling salesman I have become. When I was twenty I was smart and gay and played tennis. That is how my life started. I mean a life can begin anyhow—a fact we do not appreciate enough. And then time passes and we discover that life has very few solutions: and things become established until one fine day we find they are so established that the very idea of changing them seems absurd."

"That must be a terrible moment."

The Square, Marguerite Duras

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