“Come back. Come back to me.”
Atonement (2007) dir. Joe Wright.
directed by henry selick
Ashton Sanders as Chiron in Moonlight (2016)
directed by Barry Jenkins
cinematography by James Laxton
Call Me by Your Name (2017)
directed by Luca Guadagnino
“Can you feel that? The energy, coming up from the earth?”
directed by Ari Aster
saw midsommar today,hence my new layout
directed by Jonah Hill
cinematography by Christopher Blauvelt
“Life is like the surf, so give yourself away like the sea.”
Y Tu Mamá También (2001)
directed by Alfonso Cuarón
cinematography by Emmanuel Lubezki
Black Mirror: San Junipero (2016)
directed by Owen Harris
cinematography by Gustav Danielsson
“I always had hopes of being a big star. But as you get older, you aim a little lower. Everybody wants to make an impression, some mark upon the world. Then you think, you’ve made a mark on the world if you just get through it, and a few people remember your name. Then you’ve left a mark. You don’t have to bend the whole world. I think it’s better to just enjoy it. Pay your dues, and just enjoy it. If you shoot an arrow and it goes real high, hooray for you.”
Paris is Burning (1990)
directed by Jennie Livingston
cinematography by Paul Gibson
“As much as I want to, I can’t live in your book any more.”
Directed by Spike Jonze.
Marvin’s Room (1996) dir. Jerry Zaks.
Back to the Future (1985) dir. Robert Zemeckis.
La La Land (2016) dir. Damien Chazelle.
the grand budapest hotel (2014) dir. wes anderson.
a cinderella story (2004) dir. mark rosman.
columbus (2017) dir. kogonada
the favourite (2018) dir. yorgos lanthimos.
la la land (2016) dir. damien chazelle.
at eternity’s gate (2018) dir. julian schnabel.
The Edge of Seventeen (2016) / Lady Bird (2018).
“Talent is so fragile and so rare. And our culture does everything to crush it. I mean even at four or five, they’re coming into school attached to their phones, talking only about TV shows and video games. It’s a materialistic culture, and it doesn’t support art, or language, or observation. Even my own children, who are great, they don’t read. You know, you think maybe it’s just a phase. But I worry that it’s something larger. A lack of curiosity. A lack of reflection. No one has space for poetry.”
The Kindergarten Teacher (2018) dir. Sara Colangelo.
directed by Alfonso Cuarón.