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do not fix your dark circles let the world know youre tired of its shit and ready to kill a man

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Mesmerizing cinemagraphs by Strasbourg, France-based freelancer Julien Douvier.

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Do you ever think about all of the really nice drunk girls you’ve met in bathrooms and wonder how they are doing? I miss you all

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The beach was so nice today

oh my god

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It’s not rude to interrupt someone to point out a dog.

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The best portion of your life will be the small, nameless moments you spend smiling with someone who matters to you.
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Gone Girl — The Thinkpiece Masterpost

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Over the past couple of weeks, well-regarded media sources, bloggers, etc. have been putting out some pretty fantastic arguments and essays dissecting the commentary and politics within Gone Girl. It is needless to say that I have been eating them up— even the ones I don’t agree with— because I think it’s interesting how much the book/movie seemingly demands from people. Honestly I don’t remember the last time a single film generated this much thought? Anyway, I’ve been posting select quotes here and there, but I thought I would do a whole post on particular pieces that really resonated with me.*

*when I say “resonated with me” I mean that in a very literal sense. If you want to go find all of the articles that berate Gillian Flynn for being anti-woman you can go Google those ones because you won’t find them here. 

Marriage is an Abduction," The New Yorker. Elif Batuman — “The uncanny thing about “Gone Girl” is that the violations that Amy stages have a way of coming true. It’s as if she doesn’t invent abuse so much as anticipate it. At one point she hits herself in the face, to look like a battered wife—and a few scenes later a couple gangs up on her, beats her, flings her onto a motel bed, and steals the money she wears under her dress, leaving her howling into a pillow. Amy fakes a pregnancy—only to be required, by byzantine demands of the plot, to gain an absurd amount of weight, lose her looks, and plot her own suicide. None of her ruses are any worse than reality; she is only matching the world at its game.”

Lady Psychopaths Welcome," The New York Times. Maureen Dowd — “The idea that every portrait of a woman should be an ideal woman, meant to stand for all of womanhood, is an enemy of art — not to mention wickedly delicious Joan Crawford and Bette Davis movies. Art is meant to explore all the unattractive inner realities as well as to recommend glittering ideals. It is not meant to provide uplift or confirm people’s prior ideological assumptions. Art says “Think,” not “You’re right.””

Under the Hood: ‘Gone Girl’ and the Unreliable Narrator," Tribeca Film. Zachary Wigon — “However, an unreliable narrator is a far more powerful device when employed in cinema. Why? Because audiences have a very strong reaction to images that they see - if we see an image in a film, we automatically assume the events depicted to have actually taken place. Unlike text, which may or may not refer to the truth, an image is the truth, and so to depict images, in the course of a film, that later turn out to have been false can be extremely jarring and powerful.”

Gone Girl’s Feminist Update of the Old-Fashioned Femme Fatale," The New Republic. Becca Rothfeld — “Phyllis Dietrich killed her husband and implicated herself. Amy Dunne “kills herself”and implicates her husband. And, in so doing, she turns the Cool Girl trope on its sorry head.”

What Gone Girl is Really About," The New Yorker. Joshua Rothman — ““Gone Girl” is fascinating because it gets at what is unsettling about coupledom: our suspicion that, in some fundamental sense, it necessarily entails victimization. Just as “Fight Club” showed that manliness and violence were imaginatively inseparable, “Gone Girl” raises the possibility that marriage and victimhood are inseparable, too.”

Destroy All Monsters: ‘I’m That Cunt,’ said the Gone Girl," Twitch. Matt Brown — “Amy is not just the cunt Nick wanted; she’s the cunt he constructed; she’s the interlocking puzzle piece that fits the sawtooth edges of invented personality that any amoral, shiftless, and generally useless modern American male will concoct in order to fill the beats of the programmed script from meet-cute to baby-daddy, with a dusting of sugar in between.”

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Help I'm Alive (96,899 plays)
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Fantasies

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Metric ✖ Help I’m Alive 

If I stumble
They’re gonna eat me alive

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burberrybushbaby:

how the fuck am i supposed to make life decisions i’m not even sure i want to be alive

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Tom Mison, Lyndie Greenwood and Orlando Jones at the Sleepy Hollow NYC Tastemaker event at The Headless Horseman

photos by Diego Corredor PictureGroup

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& a little melancholy / Baltic Sea : Kaiser Sozo

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& a little melancholy / Baltic Sea : Kaiser Sozo

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