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Short Films: Alice & Viril (1993)


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Many people could say things in a cutting way, Nanny knew. But Granny Weatherwax could listen in a cutting way. She could make something sound stupid just by hearing it.
— Terry Pratchett (via phlorealcalicanto)

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"I swear, no harm will come to you as long as I live. And not a day shall pass that I don’t miss your smile."



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"Happy endings are just stories that haven’t finished yet"

 Mr and Mrs Smith (2005)


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I’ve just been watching people reblog my latest edit and I’m seeing some familiar usernames, so I just wanted to thank you all for still sticking with me. Some of you have been following this blog for a very long time (I recognize you!) and it’s just a really nice feeling to see that you’re still here. <3


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Once in a while it really hits people that they don’t have to experience the world in the way they have been told to.
— Alan Keightley (via psych-facts)

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With six children, she still manages to visit these kinds of countries, traveling lightly, without much security, taking the same bumpy roads and dodgy planes and going through the same military checkpoints as I do when I report from conflict zones. There is no red carpet in Libya or Sudan. She still packs her own flashlights, notebooks, and waterproof gear. She made Blood and Honey with $13 million and a lot of humility. She approached it the way she does her job for UNHCR, like a student.

"When I go on a field mission, I get multiple briefings, including from the CFR [Council on Foreign Relations]," she said. "And I took a course on international law. So I did the same thing I did with missions. I studied."

For the film, she “read a lot of books about the war. I talked to a lot of people, I watched, I listened. I just wanted to tell the real story.” She repeated what she has said several times: “I wanted to be respectful of people.” If she did not know something, “I asked.” — Possessed By War by Janine di Giovanni in Newsweek, Dec 12, 2011 [x]