Ingmar Bergman Names The Eleven Films He Liked Above All Others
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I have gotten into baseball recently, and whenever I have trouble writing, I think about the pace of baseball. It’s slow. You strike out a lot, even if you’re great. It’s mostly individual, but when you have to work together, it must be perfect. My desktop picture is of the Red Sox during the World Series. They aren’t winning; they’re just grinding out another play. This, for me, is very helpful to have in my mind while writing. —
Greta Gerwig on writing & baseball
From New York Times Magazine
"A cop (Carl Weathers) takes on a union-busting auto exec (Craig T. Nelson) whose tactics include murder."
1988 was an exciting time.
What Camus Understood About the Middle East
Learn to love solitude, to be more alone with yourselves. The tragedy of today’s young people is that they try to unite on the basis of carrying out noisy and aggressive actions so as not to feel lonely, and this is a sad thing. The individual must learn from childhood to be on his own, for this doesn’t mean to be lonely: it means to not get bored with oneself, because a person who finds himself bored when he is alone, it seems to me, is a person in danger. — Andrei Tarkovsky (via bikesinspace)
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Find a subject you care about and which you in your heart feel others should care about. It is this genuine caring, and not your games with language, which will be the most compelling and seductive element in your style. — Kurt Vonnegut’s advice on writing (via explore-blog)
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The First Ads for Famous Books
Immortal Images of Native Americans