TOMOROWLAND
I am old and we'll be gone
TOMOROWLAND
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Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
 


Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)
82 years later and it’s still relevant
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Alexander Deineka (Russian, 1899-1969), After the battle, 1942
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Love In The Afternoon (Eric Rohmer, 1972)
 

Love In The Afternoon (Eric Rohmer, 1972)
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"I’ve always liked what Thomas More said in Utopia, which is that in Utopia every person is allowed their own lifestyle and religion but no one is allowed to stand on a soapbox and tell others that theirs is right. I thought that was brilliant… Brilliant."
UTOPIA
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"I’m 87 years old…I only eat so I can smoke and stay alive.. The only fear I have is how long consciousness is gonna hang on after my body goes. I just hope there’s nothing. Like there was before I was born. I’m not really into religion, they’re all macrocosms of the ego. When man began to think he was a separate person with a separate soul, it created a violent situation.
The void, the concept of nothingness, is terrifying to most people on the planet. And I get anxiety attacks myself. I know the fear of that void. You have to learn to die before you die. You give up, surrender to the void, to nothingness.
Anybody else you’ve interviewed bring these things up? Hang on, I gotta take this call….. Hey, brother. That’s great, man. Yeah, I’m being interviewed… We’re talking about nothing. I’ve got him well-steeped in nothing right now. He’s stopped asking questions.”
- Harry Dean Stanton
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