i relate to this so much
Courtney Love after sing ‘Doll Parts’. - 1995.
oh my god, I can’t believe you actually picked up on that story. Well done, anon.
so he’s from Belfast, like I am. And basically, his dad was my mum’s gynaecologist when I was born and he had brought Jamie to the hospital that day. my mum claims that he was “handsome even at the age of 9”.
By Jeff Hahn, 2013
Romy & Michele’s High School Reunion (1997)
"ahh yes a 2007 Pinot from…Napa Valley I believe? A very good year"
lafemmeadultere tagged me in the favorite selfies of twentyfourteen (thanks, dear! also, your selfies are absolutely delightful) and here they are. i post a lot of selfies to my myspace circa 2006 tag, but i also threw in three never-before-seen-on-tumblr photographs because why the fuck not, and also, i liked my outfit in that iphone mirror shot.
i lost access to my tumblr account back in march - forgot my password and couldn’t access an old email account - so the first photograph is something i had to send to tumblr staff to prove i was real.
(i did contemplate just posting my (self)medicated series, which are self-portraits i sketch in the early morning hours.)
aaaand i’m going to tag cedar-waxwing, oneindige, charlesthetrex, frombowtiestobakerstreet, riccicandephotography, and rachspace. rejoice and venerate your selfies/self-portraits! or not! whatever makes your heart sing.
what a sublime droid you are.
I like a lot of movies so this is going to be a long and winding answer.
Picnic At Hanging Rock - it is ridiculously dark and dreamy at the same time. It’s like being somewhere completely different.
Lost In Translation - it’s really well written and looks spectacular. I find it really comforting to watch when I feel lost in life.
House of Yes - a film with Parker Posey needs no explanation.
Rosemary’s Baby - another one that’s twisted and dark. It’ll probably fuck you up a bit the first time you watch it. Both the music and Ruth Gordon are perfect.
Frances HA - I challenge you to watch Greta Gerwig dance through Chinatown to David Bowie and not smile. Her performance is sublime and it’s just a really great tale of the struggle of self-definition.
The First Wives Club - ridiculously hilarious. There’s not much that makes me laugh more.
Honourable mention to: Chungking express, Clueless, Halloween, Jackie Brown, Ciao! Manhattan, Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Before Sunrise and Cabaret.