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“We elevate those who say right but mean wrong, and mock those who say wrong but mean right.”
Nymphomaniac Vol. II (2013) dir. Lars von Trier

euo:

We elevate those who say right but mean wrong, and mock those who say wrong but mean right.”

Nymphomaniac Vol. II (2013) dir. Lars von Trier


Sandro Botticelli. “Primavera” (Allegory of Spring), Detail, 1482.

Sandro Botticelli. “Primavera” (Allegory of Spring), Detail, 1482.

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John Cheever, “The Sutton Place Story”

aseaofquotes:

John Cheever, “The Sutton Place Story”


Stanley Kubrick reads the script for Lolita (1962) with Sue Lyon

Stanley Kubrick reads the script for Lolita (1962) with Sue Lyon

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Our friendship, all friendship consists in this: I can learn, acquire or attain something only when you have learned, acquired or attained the same. Our friendship is for perpetual re-creation. Our first work for attaining friendship is to break with all that is ordinarily considered friendship: alliance in deceit, familiarity (complicity in the fall), commodity, connivance in sleep, rejection of responsibilities one for the other. Therefore, in front of you I must not allow myself any weakness. All our encounters must be sacred moments.  — Rene Daumal in a letter to his dear friend Luc Dietrich, when Daumal was dying of tuberculosis at age 36. Excerpted from Rene Daumal, The Life and Work of a Mystic Guide by Kathleen Rosenblatt.

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