Café & Racers
emulsiv:

« eiterquelle »

emulsiv:

« eiterquelle »

(Source: thesharpgentleman, via the-good-china)

nevver:

The Streets of San Francisco

nevver:

The Streets of San Francisco

(via distinguishedcompany)

madeofcelluloid:

'North by Northwest', Alfred Hitchcock (1959)

Now you listen to me, I’m an advertising man, not a red herring. I’ve got a job, a secretary, a mother, two ex-wives and several bartenders that depend upon me, and I don’t intend to disappoint them all by getting myself “slightly” killed.

There is no final, satisfying way to balance our need to be known with our need to be alone. The balance is always uncertain and provisional; it’s always a matter of dissatisfaction, give-and-take, and sacrifice…It’s up to each of us to balance the risks and rewards—to trade, in right proportion, loneliness for freedom, explicability for mystery, and the knowable for the unknown within ourselves. by Joshua Rothman, “Virginia Woolf’s Idea of Privacy” (via larmoyante)
mpdrolet:

Train station, Honshu, Japan, 1972
Nick DeWolf

mpdrolet:

Train station, Honshu, Japan, 1972

Nick DeWolf

madeofcelluloid:

'Scener Ur Ett Äktenskap' (Scenes from a Marriage), Ingmar Bergman (1973)

We’re emotional illiterates. We’ve been taught about anatomy and farming methods in Africa. We’ve learned mathematical formulas by heart. But we haven’t been taught a thing about our souls. We’re tremendously ignorant about what makes people tick.

(Source: strangewaysnyc, via formfollowsfunctionjournal)

smashing-yng-man:


The King Of Comedy (1982)

"The King Of Comedy" is my coming to terms with disappointment, disappointment with the fact that the reality is different from the dream.
Martin Scorsese

smashing-yng-man:

The King Of Comedy (1982)

"The King Of Comedy" is my coming to terms with disappointment, disappointment with the fact that the reality is different from the dream.

Martin Scorsese

(via jimjarmusch)

mpdrolet:

Cigarette Girl, 1947
 State Library and Archives of Florida

mpdrolet:

Cigarette Girl, 1947

State Library and Archives of Florida

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