All I think about are girls and movies and they both can make me feel so bad but I guess it’s worth it because they can make me feel so good it’s just kind of rare and a lot of work.
Honestly, Godard’s three shots from 3 Disasters in the 3X3D trailer have moved me more than almost anything else I’ve seen related to cinema this year.
Happy Christmas (2014) by Joe Swanberg.
"Quoi qu’il arrive il est là”.
No matter what he does, no matter what he says, he is there.
This is crazy. My dad is an astronomy professor, and we just had dinner with his astronomy advisor from Harvard. He asked what I was into and I told him about my ventures into hip-hop (I’m a rapper/producer). He asked if I knew about Kanye West, and obviously being a Ye stan I kept my cool and told him yes. He then told me that him and Donda West were good friends and co-teachers in China, and he got to spend a great deal of time playing with Kanye as a kid. Out of nowhere he whips out this picture and my jaw-drops. He said Kanye was a really sweet kid who wasn’t afraid to speak to adults and ask questions.
My movies have more followers than the political parties and the Catholic and Moslem religions combined. Every night I can fill up a movie theater. The people will come whether they share my ideas or not. I tell you, in Africa, especially in Senegal, even a blind person will go to the cinema and pay for an extra seat for a young person to sit and explain the film to him. He will feel what’s going on. Personally, I prefer to read because I learned from reading. But I think that cinema is culturally much more important, and for us in Africa it is an absolute necessity. There is one thing you can’t take away from the African masses and that is having seen something.
I’m all decked out with my slack breeches on. If I don’t get lucky, man, there’s something wrong.