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Giraffes are important to society. How are you all? XClick to check a cool blog!


Giraffes are important to society. How are you all? X

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The ‘bloodmoon’ lunar eclipse. 


The ‘bloodmoon’ lunar eclipse. 

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Ratatouille (2007)

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Amy Winehouse - Someone To Watch Over Me (Ella Fitzgerald cover)

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“I am very nervous. I am almost fainting. I always feel very scared when I have to meet so many people. But you look very friendly, and I will do my best. Somebody told me the first day I was here that I would come to your lecture and I fell into pieces. I said, ‘Lecture? What’s that?’ Somebody said, ‘You go to see the students and say hello to them, and it’s all over.’ I think you will be asking questions, but I don’t know what you want from me. I will try to be as honest as possible. It’s very difficult because I can’t speak in my own language. Sometimes it’s absolutely impossible to find the right words. So we will help each other, yes?” —Ingmar Bergman, October 31, 1975

This is just absolutely brilliant and by far the best interview with Ingmar Bergman I’ve ever come across: ‘Ingmar Bergman — A conversation with the students of the American Film Institute (AFI).’ In addition to this, I would also recommend George Stevens Jr.’s ‘Conversations with the Great Moviemakers of Hollywood’s Golden Age: At the American Film Institute.’ [Amazon]

“Each film, you see, has its moment of contact, of human communication: the line ‘Father spoke to me,’ at the end of ‘Through a Glass Darkly’; the pastor conducting the service in the empty church for Marta at the end of ‘Winter Light’; the little boy reading Ester’s letter on the train at the end of ‘The Silence.’ A tiny moment in each film but the crucial one. What matters most of all in life is being able to make that contact with another human. Otherwise you are dead, like so many people today are dead. But if you can take that first step toward communication, toward understanding, toward love, then no matter how difficult the future may be—and have no illusions, even with all the love in the world, living can be hellishly difficult—then you are saved. This is all that really matters, isn’t it?” —Ingmar Bergman, a candid conversation with Sweden’s one-man new wave of cinematic sorcery, Playboy, June 1964

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