Une femme est une femme (Jean-Luc Godard, 1961)

Blue Velvet (David Lynch, 1986)

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My blog will be super lame-o for the next couple of days as I will be in New Orleans.

I hope everyone has a lovely weekend.

Cheers :)

Marilyn + Instruments

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dir. Luis Bunuel


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Punch-Drunk Love (2002)

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Wong Kar-wai’s directed (and notable) feature films: As Tears Go By (1988)/Days of Being Wild (1990)/Chungking Express (1994)/Ashes of Time (1994)/Fallen Angels (1995)/Happy Together (1997)/In the Mood for Love (2000)/2046 (2006)

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Spring Breakers (2012) dir. Harmony Korine

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Trivia: Til Schweiger, being born and raised in Germany, had always refused to put on a Nazi uniform for a film role. The only reason he agreed to for this film was because he got to kill Nazis.

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I do like you tremendously- for the elasticity of your conscience, for the selfishness which you seldom trouble to hide, and for the shrewd practicality in you which, I fear, you get from some not too remote Irish-peasant ancestor.

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