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Art is for the upper class. Art is for the wealthy individuals. Art is for the 1%. 


Photos by a young Stanley Kubrick, taken in the 1940’s while employed by Look Magazine. [x] [Set 1 of 2]

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I need to make the most of where I am. I need to stop acting like this sucks. It’s fine. I’m fine.


august 12, 2014

new york city was extra cloudy and picturesque today

Be there in a few weeks. I need it. I need it.

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I recently purchased a beautiful 1968 book ‘Exploring Space With a Camera’ by Edgar M Cortright for NASA. The book is full of space photography including shots of pre-Apollo non-manned Moon landings and early flybys of Mars.

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“My brother and I have been playing a little parlor game,” Louis Malle said. “We ask ourselves how other directors would have ended this movie. What Fellini would have done. Bergman. Antonioni. Bergman might have ended it with dark recriminations, with cold northern guilt. Fellini…” Malle shrugged. “Well, Fellini,” he said. “There is always Fellini.” Interview with Louis Malle by Roger Ebert

Here’s a treat: Talking to Louis Malle (1991) — Philip French in conversation with Malle about his career, his work in France and his recent successes in the USA, includes extracts from his films. Thanks to countzorg. Etienne Becker (DP), Louis Malle, JP Beauviala 1973 courtesy of AATON.

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If everything goes as planned, nothing will go as planned!

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Love em’ ged. Love em.

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