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violentwavesofemotion:

Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski: “It is clear from early on in the film that the lead character, Carol, played brilliantly by an extremely young-looking Catherine Deneuve, is not exactly normal. When her sister leaves her alone in their shared London apartment for a few days, however, the things that scare Carol are the sorts of things that have scared a lot of people spending the night alone, such as hearing (imagined) footsteps in the hallway and the like. Of course, while normal people get a brief fright from such a thing, Carol descends into a madness of hallucinations. The movie is seen almost entirely from her point of view, gives the entire movie a claustrophobic feeling that enhances the impact of Carol’s hallucinations.” (x)
violentwavesofemotion:

Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski: “It is clear from early on in the film that the lead character, Carol, played brilliantly by an extremely young-looking Catherine Deneuve, is not exactly normal. When her sister leaves her alone in their shared London apartment for a few days, however, the things that scare Carol are the sorts of things that have scared a lot of people spending the night alone, such as hearing (imagined) footsteps in the hallway and the like. Of course, while normal people get a brief fright from such a thing, Carol descends into a madness of hallucinations. The movie is seen almost entirely from her point of view, gives the entire movie a claustrophobic feeling that enhances the impact of Carol’s hallucinations.” (x)
violentwavesofemotion:

Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski: “It is clear from early on in the film that the lead character, Carol, played brilliantly by an extremely young-looking Catherine Deneuve, is not exactly normal. When her sister leaves her alone in their shared London apartment for a few days, however, the things that scare Carol are the sorts of things that have scared a lot of people spending the night alone, such as hearing (imagined) footsteps in the hallway and the like. Of course, while normal people get a brief fright from such a thing, Carol descends into a madness of hallucinations. The movie is seen almost entirely from her point of view, gives the entire movie a claustrophobic feeling that enhances the impact of Carol’s hallucinations.” (x)
violentwavesofemotion:

Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski: “It is clear from early on in the film that the lead character, Carol, played brilliantly by an extremely young-looking Catherine Deneuve, is not exactly normal. When her sister leaves her alone in their shared London apartment for a few days, however, the things that scare Carol are the sorts of things that have scared a lot of people spending the night alone, such as hearing (imagined) footsteps in the hallway and the like. Of course, while normal people get a brief fright from such a thing, Carol descends into a madness of hallucinations. The movie is seen almost entirely from her point of view, gives the entire movie a claustrophobic feeling that enhances the impact of Carol’s hallucinations.” (x)
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vintagegal:

Beetlejuice (1988)
vintagegal:

Beetlejuice (1988)
vintagegal:

Beetlejuice (1988)
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black-coffee-bonus-cup:

Black Flag
1980
10th Street Hall San Francisco, Ca.
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nickdrake:

Playwright Sam Shepard and singer and poet Patti Smith
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libraryofva:

"Williams’ Colt"Perkins-O’Brien Family Photograph Collection, Virginia.
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posthawk:

Taxi Driver (1976)
posthawk:

Taxi Driver (1976)
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sharontate-polanski:

Valley of The Dolls, 1967
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the60sbazaar:

George Harrison, Pattie Boyd, Maureen Starkey and Ringo Starr at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival 
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