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Jaga jarak lo! Lima senti dari badan gue, gue hajar lo!
Saudara bukan, cakep kagak, kaya kagak, pinter apalagi.
FUCK YOU!

Always remember what you did and what you said to me. ALWAYS.

cinephiliabeyond:

Roberto Rossellini at Rice University, Houston (1973) — terrific footage from rarely seen videotaped discussions Roberto Rossellini had in 1973 with faculty and students at Houston Rice University (Texas) about his craft (where Rossellini began working after he left the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia). For more, visit frame-paradiso.

A wise man once said, “tell me the thing that made you be a cinema artist… your responsibility is to know where you belong in the continuum of your art, and that means from the beginning of your art. You have to know where you belong because if you can’t with the ease of a Marty Scorsese refer just as easily to Italian Neorealism as you can Quentin Tarantino, you do not deserve to be in the room.” John Logan

Required Viewing: Martin Scorsese’s 4 hour long intimate cinematographic experience ‘My Voyage to Italy’ (‘Il mio viaggio in Italia’) explains his passion of Italian cinema and describes the way it influenced him. He takes notes of many influential films particularly covering the Italian neorealism period. The films of Roberto Rossellini make up for half the films discussed in the entire documentary, dealing with his seminal influence on Italian cinema and cinema history. Other directors mentioned include Vittorio De Sica, Luchino Visconti, Federico Fellini, Michelangelo Antonioni.

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mpdrolet:

Ashton O’Dwyer, at home on St-Charles Avenue, New Orleans, 2005
Thomas Neff

mpdrolet:

Ashton O’Dwyer, at home on St-Charles Avenue, New Orleans, 2005

Thomas Neff

yahoonews:

A trip through the heart of Central Iran 25 years after Khomeini’s death

On June 4, 2014, Iran marks the 25th anniversary of the death of the Ayatollah Khomeini and his legacy of the Islamic Revolution.

Getty photographer John Moore spent a week in Iran documenting the changes the country has seen in the 25 years since the death of the Ayatollah and the anniversary gathering at the shrine of the Ayatollah in Tehran. (Getty)

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(Source : yahoonewsphotos)

statedept:

President Obama delivers remarks today in Warsaw, Poland. Read his full remarks here!

statedept:

President Obama delivers remarks today in Warsaw, Poland. Read his full remarks here!

citrussucker:

Debs for president