#peter weir Tumblr posts

  • dpleofs
    19.10.2021 - 2 days ago

    is there a ship name for keating and mcallister because if not then mckeating is real so true theyre literally both so fruity as fuck with each other

    #mckeating#mckeating truther #it’s canon i’m peter weir and i say so #dead poets society #dps
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  • toddtakefive
    18.10.2021 - 3 days ago
    #/j#/lh #peter weir i thank you every day for dps #but im gonna beat the fucking shit outta you #wylan 🐄
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  • joneswumovie
    18.10.2021 - 3 days ago

    《懸崖上的野餐》的影像和氛圍美到讓我想跪下來膜拜,可以在高雄電影節官網租片線上觀賞,不要錯過!! 完整文章:https://hatsocks1975.pixnet.net/blog/post/69833412

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  • jahbaby
    18.10.2021 - 3 days ago

    The Cars that Ate Paris, dir. Peter Weir (1974)

    #The Cars that Ate Paris #peter weir
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  • tyalangand
    14.10.2021 - 1 week ago

    What is that sound? Oh it's just my jaw dropping as I rewatch Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975) after 14 years and realize how gay it is

    #picnic at hanging rock #peter weir#my musings
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  • petersonreviews
    14.10.2021 - 1 week ago

    Isabella Rossellini and Jeff Bridges in Fearless, 1993

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  • mellowdinonuggets
    08.10.2021 - 1 week ago

    mr keating says the ‘poetry beauty romance and love’ these are what we stay alive for quote and then neil unalives himself because he can’t take part in a play (which counts as poetry let’s be honest) KAFEJDBSK

    #PETER WEIR I HATE U #there is so much foreshadowing. UGH #😭😭😭 #dead poets society #neil perry#john keating
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  • a-cowboy-needs-a-hat
    06.10.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    i will not let dead poets society take over my life i will not let dead poets society take over my life

    what if i did a speech about the power of sad endings once we get to the persuasive speech unit in speech & debate class.

    #hi im jb this is my second speech that has been brought to you in part by dead poets society dir. peter weir 1989 #not sure if I'll be allowed to like i know NOTHING of the structure of that unit yet #maybe I'll just use the inpromptu format to write smth to post here lol #cowboy posts
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  • considerablecolors
    06.10.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    If I were to hypothetically write a DPS fic that crosses over with other movies/tv shows/etc, what characters would you guys like to see?

    (I've got an idea for a fic, can't give too much away yet, but... 👀)

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  • wilde-card
    05.10.2021 - 2 weeks ago

    I have nothing to say - this speaks for itself... 🥰

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  • poyopng
    30.09.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    | Poyopng Masterlist |

    My Babysitter’s A Vampire |

    Benny Weir:

    Earth Priestess
    Sneaking Out
    Color Guard
    Peas In A Pod
    Hogwarts AU
    Forgotten Dates
    As The World Caves In
    Irrational Fears
    Debbie Dazzle
    Sarah Pt. 2
    Worst Fears

    Ethan Morgan:

    Undeniable Truth
    Theater Nerd
    Sarah Pt. 1

    Rory Keaner:


    Number Neighbors (Unfinished Series):

    Part 1
    Part 2
    Part 3
    Part 4


    Playing Minecraft With The MBAV Crew Headcanons

    Marvel |

    Peter Parker: 

    Pouty Boy

    Harley Keener:


    Harry Potter |

    Neville Longbottom: 

    Herbology Hardships

    George Weasley:

    Just a Friend to You

    Julie and the Phantoms |

    Luke Patterson: 

    Dating Luke Patterson Headcanons

    Reggie Peters:

    Dating Reggie Peters Headcanons

    Criminal Minds |

    Spencer Reid: 

    Wish You Were Sober

    Rise of the Guardians |

    Jack Frost:

    Fun and Friendship

    Dangerous Fellows |





    Best Friends Whenever |

    Barry Eisenberg:

    Alternate Realities

    Mystic Messenger |

    Yoosung Kim:

    In Love

    My Hero Academia |

    Izuku Midoriya:


    Katsuki Bakugou: 

    “Friends” Pt. 1
    “Friends” Pt. 2
    “Friends” Pt. 3
    “Friends” Pt. 4
    “Friends” Pt. 5 1/2

    Mighty Med |



    Lab Rats |

    Chase Davenport: 

    Symphony Dates
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  • 90sagony
    30.09.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    #135 Domestic studies: Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975)

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  • blossomingbooks
    29.09.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    “Where were they going? What strange feminine secrets did they share in that last gay fateful hour?” (76)


    The first contact I had with the narrative of Picnic at Hanging Rock was on a summer solstice, through Peter Weir’s 1975 film. Years later, on another summer solstice, I finally started reading Joan Lindsay’s novel. It was “a shimmering summer morning warm and still” (7), just like in the first page. The Hanging Rock, with its “prehistoric architecture of wind and water” (29), accompanied me throughout the heat of the season; it’s mysteries fascinating me as if for the first time.

    For me, the beauty of Picnic at Hanging Rock is in its enigma - not only the enigma in its narrative, but also in its genre. It has elements of a detective story, of horror, of philosophical fiction... and it has the potential to be any of those things. “The College was already being talked about as haunted (...) ‘they’ were saying in the village that strange lights had been seen moving about the College grounds after dark” (143) - this, for example, could well be a passage from a gothic narrative, as well as the nightmarish scene where Irma visits the schoolgirls for the last time and they turn on her, as if possessed. There’s nothing more horrifying than the unknown, and in Picnic at Hanging Rock we never fully know. On the other hand, Lindsay’s philosophical obsession with the concept of time is present throughout the whole book: “There is no single instant on this spinning globe that is not, for millions of individuals, immeasurable by ordinary standards of time: a fragment of eternity forever unrelated to the calendar or the striking clock.” (120). In fact, both the clocks of Mr. Hussey and Miss McCraw stop near the Hanging Rock, as if the place was literally timeless - an idea further developed in Chapter Eighteenth, the “conclusion” to the story cut by the editors and published posthumously with Lindsay’s consent. But even this “revelation” perpetuates the eeriness of the story, and upon reading it one becomes even more intrigued than before.

    Miranda, described by Mademoiselle de Poitiers as “a Botticelli angel” and compared to a swan by Michael’s imagination, is more of a symbol than an actual person. She represents the whole mystery, the “feminine secrets” which intrigue Michael so much, compelling him to follow them at the Hanging Rock. He keeps having dreams and nightmares about them for weeks afterwards, until his intuition allows him to find Irma. His perception is that of a foreigner - a british young man in a feminine australian landscape -, thus his fascination. With his rigid background, he’s compelled by the freedom and naturalness of those girls (especially taking into account the homoromantic undertones between him and Albert). An easy interpretation would be an infatuation with Miranda, but to me it’s much more clear that he longs to be Miranda, in all the complexities that this desire implies. The one who is clearly infatuated with Miranda is Sara Waybourne, with her own parallel tragic story (hinted at by the hydrangeas in this picture). It’s hard for me to believe in the author’s unawareness about all these queer undertones in a story published in 1967.

    In a deeper analysis, it’s a narrative about social constraint and how each character escapes it. Miranda’s free spirit allows her to escape the constrained reality of womanhood imposed by the boarding school environment, and that freedom allures Michael and his longing to break free from the expectations of his gender and social position. Sara Waybourne too escapes constraint, but through a much more drastic way (though it’s still unclear in the book if through suicide or homocide). Even time itself, Lindsay’s main conceptual theme, is unconstrained at the Hanging Rock, creating a mysterious warp which goes beyond human understanding.

    All in all, reading the original book only made me fall more in love with Peter Weir’s 1975 film adaptation, which captures the essence of the narrative in a way I never felt with any other cinematographic translation of literature. Even minor addictions such as the following Poe poem only emphasize the eeriness of the story, since in both book and film “all that we see or seem / is but a dream within a dream”...

    #literature#australian literature#book#books #flowers and books #books and flowers #bookstagram #picnic at hanging rock #joan lindsay#peter weir
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  • misandriste
    26.09.2021 - 3 weeks ago

    𝓟icnic at 𝓗anging 𝓡ock 1975 ♡ dir. Peter Weir

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  • fl0wrboy
    23.09.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Dead Poets Society (1989) dir. Peter Weir

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  • kiki-de-la-petite-flaque
    23.09.2021 - 4 weeks ago

    Dead Poets Society, Peter Weir, 1989

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  • charliecharls
    19.09.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Thinking about the "i can take care of myself just fine, alright?/ no. / what do you mean no?/ no :)" from Dead Poets Society versus the "you must learn to love someone else apart from me. I wont be here much longer" from Picnic at Hanging Rock. And going absolutely insane.

    #peter weir's dark and light academia films #crying screaming punching the air throwing up #its the unresolved gay longing for me 😭 #these two quotes give me opposite ends of the same vibe spectrum but i cant quite articulate it #i just feel it #dead poets society #picnic at hanging rock #peter weir
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  • moviesandfood
    18.09.2021 - 1 mont ago

    Picnic at Hanging Rock

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