1. (Source: youngeyesignite, via feehlo)


  2. Ray: Bruges is a shithole.
    Ken: Bruges is not a shithole.
    Ray: Bruges is a shithole.
    Ken: Ray, we’ve only just got off the fucking train. Could we reserve judgement on Bruges until we’ve seen the fucking place?
    Ray: I know it’s gonna be a shithole.

    (Source: theworldofcinema, via countvagula)


  3. i’ll always love you ‘cause we grew up together and you helped make me who i am. i just wanted you to know there will be a piece of you in me always, and i’m grateful for that. whatever someone you become, and wherever you are in the world, i’m sending you love. you’re my friend to the end.

    — her (2013)

    (Source: bonhivers, via halloweden)


  4. Palais Garnier
    Paris, France (2013)

    (Source: cinema-phantom, via englishsnow)


  5. cinemagreats:

    I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK (2006) - Directed by Chan-wook Park

    (via 8eyedspy)



  7. sobersexting:

    being an adult sucks cause when people ask you to hang out you cant be like “my mom said no” you just have to change your name and move away

    (via broken-windchimes)



  9. korineharmonies:

    Boy Meets Girl (1984) - Leos Carax

    (via frenchcinema)


  10. Audrey Hepburn on the set of Funny Face photographed by Richard Avedon c. 1956

    (Source: hepburny, via shesakillerqueeen)



  12. papermagazine:

    This never gets old.

    (Source: mlkovich, via nicoteenlove)


  13. I could move to Paris, right? I’ve been looking on Appartager.com, which is a french flatsharing website, and a lot of them are happy with short stays (from a month), and I found a few that said they’d like an English speaking roommate so they can learn. That means I could move there for a month, improve my French, and maybe look for a job so I can stay there. Even if I don’t get a job, a month in Paris would be great, and my French would vastly improve, which would help me get a job there in the future. Rent would be around 600-800 euros for a month, I have no idea how much more I’d have to take to live on, but let’s say 1500 all together. I could save that.


  14. Avant la haine, avant les coups,
    De sifflet ou de fouet.
    Avant la peine, et le dégoût,
    Brisons la, dis-tu.

    Mais tu m’embrasses, et ça passe.
    Je vois bien,
    On se débarrasse pas d’toi comme ça.


  15. Today I watched Dans Paris, then found the place where the characters live on Google Maps. It’s been a productive day. I’ll have to go there and run about like Louis Garrel next time I go to Paris.