2. papermagazine:

    This never gets old.

    (Source: mlkovich, via nicoteenlove)


  3. 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.


  4. 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.


  5. 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.


  6. (Source: bloodcookie)


  7. I don’t understand why sex is more shocking than violence.
    — Lea Seydoux talking about American films (via aurorium)

    (Source: tvshows-who-knows, via lalamadeleine)


  8. franny-squalor-glass:

    Bill Murray in Wes Anderson movies

    (via lalamadeleine)


  9. hippysurferchick:

    The films of Wes Anderson

    (via silent-raindrops-fell)


  10. Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday, 1953.

    (Source: missavagardner, via silent-raindrops-fell)


  11. cinemove:

    Before Sunrise (1995) 

    (via izystardust)


  12. bluepueblo:

    Stairway, Taipei, Taiwan

    photo by hazel

    (via glynnnimron)


  13. Bike ride.


  14. orchidetelm:

    Anna Karina and Michel Subor on the set of “Le Petit Soldat”,1960

    ph.Angelo Frontoni

    (via daydreamdelusion)


  15. insanity-and-vanity:

    "She has the moronic of beauty of youth, but she’s sly."

    Closer (2004)

    (via shesakillerqueeen)