AMERICAN FILM

American Film (in order)

grahamcarter:

Young Mr. Lincoln
The Ladies Man
Faces
Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
Heaven’s Gate
Boyz n the Hood
Marriage Material
Boyhood

Gotta add Cassavetes and Lewis

shopmidnightrider:

Kris Kristofferson / Johnny Cash - To Beat the Devil

From Kris Kristofferson : His Life and Work ( 1993 )

grahamcarter:

"How is it possible that you don’t have a boyfriend?"

"I don’t know, Mitchell! It’s just life, I guess. I don’t know"

"Um, sorry…"

"Why don’t you have a girlfriend? You’re a nice, good looking guy."

"No, no, no. Thank you, that’s very sweet of you to say.  But come on, Marnie, seriously. It’s not the same thing, is it? You’re beautiful and incredible. And I bet 90% of the guys you know are totally head over heels in love with you."

Funny Ha Ha (2002) by Andrew Bujalski.

myimaginarybrooklyn:

"My films are expressive of a culture that has had the possibility of attaining material fulfillment while at the same time finding itself unable to accomplish the simple business of conducting human lives. We have been sold a bill of goods as a substitute for life. What is needed is reassurance in human emotions; a re-evaluation of our emotional capacities." —John Cassavetes

myimaginarybrooklyn:

"My films are expressive of a culture that has had the possibility of attaining material fulfillment while at the same time finding itself unable to accomplish the simple business of conducting human lives. We have been sold a bill of goods as a substitute for life. What is needed is reassurance in human emotions; a re-evaluation of our emotional capacities." —John Cassavetes

American Film (in order)

Young Mr. Lincoln
Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore
Heaven’s Gate
Boyz n the Hood
Marriage Material
Boyhood

theparisreview:

Toward the end of the session, Josef Breitenbach asked James Joyce if there were some special pose or gesture that he would wish recorded. Joyce thought for a moment, and raised his hand to his forehead. Then he let the hand pass over his eyes, covering them. When the hand cradled his nose and chin, Joyce indicated that this was the pose, and Breitenbach pressed the shutter.
From the portfolio “Ten Portraits” in our Winter 1983 issue.

theparisreview:

Toward the end of the session, Josef Breitenbach asked James Joyce if there were some special pose or gesture that he would wish recorded. Joyce thought for a moment, and raised his hand to his forehead. Then he let the hand pass over his eyes, covering them. When the hand cradled his nose and chin, Joyce indicated that this was the pose, and Breitenbach pressed the shutter.

From the portfolio “Ten Portraits” in our Winter 1983 issue.

"How is it possible that you don’t have a boyfriend?"

"I don’t know, Mitchell! It’s just life, I guess. I don’t know"

"Um, sorry…"

"Why don’t you have a girlfriend? You’re a nice, good looking guy."

"No, no, no. Thank you, that’s very sweet of you to say.  But come on, Marnie, seriously. It’s not the same thing, is it? You’re beautiful and incredible. And I bet 90% of the guys you know are totally head over heels in love with you."

Funny Ha Ha (2002) by Andrew Bujalski.