aestheticess:

Picasso at the Neue Pinakothek by Christian Beirle González

aestheticess:

Picasso at the Neue Pinakothek by Christian Beirle González

Saoirse Ronan photographed for Wonderland Magazine, 2014

I want to be   f   r   e   e.

PAULSON: But I have a question about the Poltegeist thing. Was that the moment, or was there a moment that preceded that, where you thought, “I want to do what they’re doing?” I know that happened to me with a movie I saw when I was young.

PASCAL: I think ’80s-era Steven Spielberg definitely shaped a lot of [my] fantasies. I particularly focused on Poltergeist. I just found it so fascinating; it got inside my imagination. Even if you watch it now, it really holds up. There’s not another horror movie that is actually a family drama. But it was definitely around that time. I would go to the movies very often with my father, because he just loved to go to the movies. He wouldn’t really play by the rules—my parents were so young and they were Chilean immigrants in San Antonio, Texas. It was all about going to movies, rock concerts, and Spurs games. And the primary influence in my life was movies. It was an interest that never went away. The first fucking thing that we did when we met was go to the movies.

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Mads Dittmann Mikkelsen born November 22, 1965 is a Danish actor. Originally a gymnast and dancer, he began his career as an actor in 1996. He rose to fame in Denmark as Tonny the drug dealer in the first two films of the Pusher film trilogy. Mikkelsen became more widely known internationally for his role as Tristan in Jerry Bruckheimer’s production King Arthur (2004), but is best known worldwide for playing the main antagonist Le Chiffre in the twenty-first James Bond film, Casino Royale (2006). He was awarded the Danish American Society’s Person of the Year. He currently stars in the TV series Hannibal as Dr. Hannibal Lecter. The New York Times remarked that on the Hollywood scene, Mikkelsen has “become a reliable character actor with an intriguing mug” but stated that on the domestic front “he is something else: a star, an axiom, a face of the resurgent Danish cinema”.

omgthatdress:

Shoes
1910-1925
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

omgthatdress:

Shoes

1910-1925

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

zmgtmag:

French actress//singer//model Charlotte Gainsbourg poses in Paris for Net-a-Porter’s online magazine The Edit. 

Styled by Naomi Miller - Charlotte rocks pieces Chloe, Isabel Marant and Saint Laurent. Photographed by Driu + Tiago. 

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