“Can’t rely on anyone these days. You gotta do everything yourself. Don’t we?”
It’s not perfect, but it’s real.
Interviewer: Gatsby is a great American novel. Romeo and Juliet is a great love story. Same director taking an interesting take on each. Young Leo and now, um…
Silence is cinema! We are so used to sounds; we’re always talked at. Silence is very rare for us for a long duration of time. It makes people very uncomfortable. But what it does, it also forces us to perceive on a much deeper level because we can no longer just be told things. Silence is like gold. In terms of cinema from a story perspective, silence forces the audience to engage more, because if they’re not being told what to think, then they have to put in the subliminal elements. I love that personally and I think it’s an obligation we have, because then the audience and the film interact. You’re not just passive, you penetrate each other.
- Nicolas Winding Refn (via gerrymaravilla
Movies touch our hearts and awaken our vision, and change the way we see things. They take us to other places, they open doors and minds. Movies are the memories of our life time, we need to keep them alive. Martin Scorsese
Happy Eat Your Vegetables Day!
you always hurt the ones you love
#HE SAID IT #HE SAID THE THING
Jessica Chastain at the 2011 Cannes
I love acting, it is so much more real than life.