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earthwreck:

the second is that it’s like a beautiful dream that turns into a nightmare you can never wake up from

earthwreck:

the second is that it’s like a beautiful dream that turns into a nightmare you can never wake up from

(Source: mackenzie)

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arcaneimages:

For Bernie…

arcaneimages:

For Bernie…

novocainelipstick:

gameraboy:

"I seek the crocodile"  Peter Pan (1924)

The crocodile looks like it’s laughing so hard 

brightwalldarkroom:

“The first movie I ever saw was Pinocchio. I was about four. My mother told me I cried when Pinocchio got swallowed by the whale and when the disobedient boys got turned into donkeys. I think it reminded you of Jonah, she said. I knew that story. I recited Bible verses for strangers when my mother took me evangelizing. I had a book of Bible stories that illustrated the Old and New Testaments, as well as the End depicted in the Book of Revelation: the death of a drunken harlot riding on the back of a seven-headed beast. I did not know what a harlot was, but she sure wore a lot of makeup. The illustration showed fire raining down from heaven, her hair burning, wine spilling from her golden goblet, and her rouged face contorted in screams. These were my bedtime stories. The lesson of Jonah was: you cannot flee from God.”
—Jenny Hollowell, "The End of the End: An Evolution of Faith, in Five Films" (Bright Wall/Dark Room, Issue #9, February 2014)

brightwalldarkroom:

“The first movie I ever saw was Pinocchio. I was about four. My mother told me I cried when Pinocchio got swallowed by the whale and when the disobedient boys got turned into donkeys. I think it reminded you of Jonah, she said. I knew that story. I recited Bible verses for strangers when my mother took me evangelizing. I had a book of Bible stories that illustrated the Old and New Testaments, as well as the End depicted in the Book of Revelation: the death of a drunken harlot riding on the back of a seven-headed beast. I did not know what a harlot was, but she sure wore a lot of makeup. The illustration showed fire raining down from heaven, her hair burning, wine spilling from her golden goblet, and her rouged face contorted in screams. These were my bedtime stories. The lesson of Jonah was: you cannot flee from God.”

—Jenny Hollowell, "The End of the End: An Evolution of Faith, in Five Films" (Bright Wall/Dark Room, Issue #9, February 2014)