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genki-yo:

Mother And Child, (1958), Barrington Watson.
xblacktrianglex:

by Gabriel Grun 
THE PURGE! (spoilers)

There’s this concept in the movie where they basically believe that the government created the purge so that poor people would kill each other and rid themselves from the society. They even have these soldiers riding around the different projects in these huge trucks randomly killing off the residents. Also, the wealthiest in the society pay people annually on the night of the purge to go out and capture the poor and innocent/helpless/or unarmed people so that they can kill them in their own personal man-made human hunting grounds. That way they can “purge” but also stay safe in their lavish homes.
I tell you all this information simply to comment that….


I BET! I BET ON EVERYTHING! I BETCHOO IF THERE WAS A WAY RICH PEOPLE COULD DO THIS IN REAL LIFE WITHOUT GETTING IN TROUBLE AND WITHOUT FEELING ANY GUILT (though the same “purge” concept brainwashing that took place in the movie) THEY WOULD DO IT. JUST ROUND UP ALL THE POOR AND COLORED PEOPLE TO HUNT AND KILL THEM DOWN. I BET ON ANYTHING THEY WOULD.

leolu23:

Untitled en We Heart It.
browngirlinorange:

Grace Jones as Strangé in Boomerang (1992) mangomamita:

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"He folded his fear into a perfect rose. He held it out in the palm of his hand. She took it from him and put it in her hair."

Arundhati Roy, The God of Small Things (via
blairwitchwaldorf)

(Source: rabbrakha, via browngirlinorange)

suckitsee:

Untitled em We Heart It.
pillem:

Amélie (2001) dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet

sometimes I forget to look nice just for myself. not necessarily nice for an event or when I’m planning to see someone. just get up in the morning and put on nice clothes that I feel comfortable and beautiful in. just looking nice because it feels good, not simply for show.

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