Mine is this:
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I’ve had Ronee Blakely singing “My Idaho Home” from the amazing final scene of NASHVILLE in my head all day.
put an exclamation mark on both sides of the url and it should workfor mommy & daddy—
aww i love that movie. seems somehow fitting today with all the brouha about bin laden
I’ll try it for you, Tom:
Edit — link broken… sure you got the whole url?
Just watched Blow Out again. The last seconds will be in my head for awhile now.
this is the photo ^ ^ ronee blakely. can u see it?
And this from the same part of the film, the part where the cardinal interrupts Mastroianni and talks about the melancholy song of a bird:
here’s what’s in my head—
anita o’day rockin that hat in jazz on a summer’s day
cuz i was just watching it streaming on netflix
I hope everyone can see this, i put the exclamation marks on at the end.
I don’t think that worked, thats the link.
don’t use the preview image. go to full-size image, copy the url, put an exclamation mark before and after, no spaces. it makes the url a lot shorter.
ahhhh nice nice, thanx mucho Ruby :)
@stonez— de nada ;)
Joks — that is crazy beautiful, what film is it from?
^^Extraordinary isn’t it? It’s from Colossal Youth, by Pedro Costa.
lots of images from that film have been burning in my mind since i last watched it 2 weeks ago.
his use of lighting is seriously amazing in that film, and in Vanda’s Room. it can be so subtle at times that it almost passes you by. the shot i posted is one of the most obvious ‘wow’ shots.
or should i say, the use of natural light. more images:
Do you recommend this film? I want to put something of his on my watch list. I’ve seen his name mentioned time and again on this site.
The last scene of L’Illusionniste
I finally saw it last night at the theater near my school. I can’t stop thinking about it
“Michael, do you know how naive you sound? Presidents and senators don’t have people killed.”
“Now who’s being naive, Kay?”
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