Anomie

A blog about the music, movies, and art forms that have passed through my life at one point or another.

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thewaitisogre:

Undone (The Sweater Song) - Mac Demarco on AV Undercover

i got this from av club’s comment section 

what. this is great. 

(via morrisseh)

littleabbz:

beexgood:

Cause we both know I’ll never be your lover.

Well I have brittle bones it seems
I bite my tongue and torch my dreams
Have a little voice to speak with
And a mind of thoughts and secrecy

(via hungry-horny-feminist)

alienmonsters:

films watched in 2014 - [2]: Paris, Texas (1984)

"Then he ran. He never looked back at the fire. He just ran. He ran until the sun came up and he couldn’t run any further. And when the sun went down, he ran again. For five days he ran like this until every sign of man had disappeared."

(via thenormadesmond)

wehadfacesthen:

Jeanne Moreau in Elevator to the Gallows (Louis Malle, 1958)  [Original title: Ascenseur pour l’echafaud]

via goosberrye

Wrote a paper on this film. Watched it over 13 times. I finished the paper after 5 viewings. I have since downloaded the soundtrack and use it when I’m writing. That’s how hardcore I love this film.

(via the-dark-city)

“ you are always my beautiful wild flower of the hedges, my dark-blue rain-drenched flower ”

—    

Jame Joyce, Letter to Nora (via budddha)

I want to be someone’s dark blue rain drenched flower

(via birdwings)

Things I could do at any time: read anything written by James Joyce.

(via birdwings)

brightwalldarkroom:

OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS!

Do you want to write for Bright Wall/Dark Room? We are officially opening up the submission process for our May issue at this point, which will be revolving around an “End of the World” theme.

So, if you have an idea (or an essay) that you think might work within that theme, contact us via email (bwdr.editors@gmail.com) or pitch us something directly on our Submittable page. If it’s something we can work with, we’ll be in touch in the very near future — and you could see your piece published in our May issue.

ps: Our April issue, focused entirely on the films of Wes Anderson and Paul Thomas Anderson (“The Magnificent Andersons”), will be out on Tuesday!

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