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Elysium, Ad Infinitum



Emily by GavinGlave

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Woman in the Loge, 1901

Pablo Picasso

“ You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life. ”

—    Steve Jobs, in his iconic Stanford commencement speech in 2005 (via forbes)

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All Caps - Madvillian 

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Bronson (#55)

Talk about an inspired and truly unique movie. Well deserving of all the surprised acclaim that surrounded its release, this is the movie that put Tom Hardy and Nicolas Winding Refn on the global stage and it shows both of their brilliantly unique skill sets - Hardy the absolutely committed actor, Winding Refn the musically violent and highly visual director - at their best. Hardy’s performance is unnerving and fantastically compelling and to bring such complete control as a relative new comer to what was effectively a one-man show is truly impressive. I adored Winding Refn’s use of music and the imaginary stage to show character and draw you through the film. Though I understand it won’t be for everyone I considered this a terrifically cinematic experience.


 Kaity Barrett || Iceland

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The Beginners Guide
- by John H. Watson

"…Ensure your consulting detective is given lots of praise and attention. They have been known to get restless and destructive when not given a proper outlet for their massive intellect."

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Margot Robbie by Miguel Reveriego for Vanity Fair, July 2014

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True Grit, 2010 (dir. Joel & Ethan Coen)


Prisoners (2013)

Directed by: Denis Villeneuve
Cinematography: Roger Deakins BSC, ASC
Cameras: Arri Alexa Plus & Studio, Zeiss Master Primes 
Format: Digital (ARRIRAW)
Mode: Spherical
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1

Snowpiercer (Bong Joon-ho, 2013)

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Two Friends (1904) by Pablo Picasso

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