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  • House
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  • Life

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  • Falling Leaves

  • Nekromantik

    ★★★

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  • Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    ★★★★★

    "In solitude, I felt the liberty you spoke of.
    But I also felt your absence."

    a romance of clandestine lovers; the reality of the pain and the yearning and the poetry of the love and the lust. the scene of the arguement, about halfway through: héloïse and marianne speak about how love feels when it's lifeless, hopeless; is it made up of fleeting moments that lack truth, or a deep, visceral collection of emotions that lasts? the answer to that…

  • Twilight

    Twilight

    ★★★★

    “you’re my own personal brand of heroin”

    transcends it's status of being "so bad it's good" because this shit is actually good, some of y'all are just pretentious losers. the correct term is camp. it's camp. that blue/grey tint that enchants everything, the insane writing that comes off as both sexually awkward and gorgeously inane resulting in the perfect adaptation of a YA novel (catherine deserves accolades for managing to translate a book into video without sacrificing any quirks that made…

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  • Life

    Life

    lots of poetry in this as expected from peleshians style, but i don't like it. i think more films did this exact thing better, so. also the mom at the end 😻

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    surrender to the gay waterfall

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  • Void

    Void

    all that for a generic white boy?

  • Blonde

    Blonde

    ★★★

    "But where does dreaming end and madness begin? Anyway, isn't all love based on delusion?"

    a beautiful tragedy; framed to death & for glamour. existing on a scale of complete dissemination of depicting (a fancy word for exploiting) a life unlived. marilyn monroe has always been a present glamorous figure for as long as i can remember, she was there. despite not being familiar with her films & story, her place in art has always been influential - i think that's incredible.…