Death is something inevitable. When a man has done what he considers to be his duty to his people and his country, he can rest in peace. I believe I have made that effort and that is, therefore, why I will sleep for the eternity.
Nelson Mandela; 1996 (via deadstockfashion)
Beautiful Anjelica Huston and her shade of blond styled by Ara Gallant | AnOther Loves
Martin Scorsese designed each year in the film to look just the way a color film from that time period would look. Achieved mainly through digitally enhanced post-production, Scorsese recreated the look of Cinecolor and two-strip Technicolor. Watch in particular for the scene where Howard Hughes (Leonardo DiCaprio) meets Errol Flynn (Jude Law) in the club. Hughes is served precisely placed peas on a plate, and they appear blue or turquoise - just as they’d have looked in the primitive two-strip Technicolor process. As Hughes ages throughout the film, the color gets more sophisticated and full-bodied.
"I feel like it’s easy for individualism to turn into pretentiousness. I see that a lot in film school. I’m hoping to find a way to carve out my own identity, while remaining approachable."
24-year old Ian McKellen
|Me:||There's a rumor about a Tolkien biopic being planned. I don't like it already.|
|T:||REALITY: Tolkien scribbles intently for fifty years. FICTIONALIZATION: When not writing, a married Tolkien carries on illicit gay romance with long-haired blond man, alienating his domineering wife and inspiring plot to destroy ring.|
FILM #16: Leaning Towards Solace by Floria Sigismondi
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