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movie-gifs · a day ago
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I don’t care who you are. You’re my son. You’ll always be my son. Whoever you are. TITANE (2021) dir. Julia Ducournau
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Films watched in 2021.
327: Point Blank (John Boorman, 1967)
★★★★★★☆☆☆☆
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amishsicario · 2 days ago
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epic boomer moment
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Seven Footprints To Satan (1929) 
Silent horror film 
w/Thelma Todd
 blackholereviews.blogspot.com, imdb, sanfordallen.com, filmaffinity.com, themoviedb.org, facebook (Classic Monsters + Classic Horror, the silent era - 1966)
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mysharona1987 · 12 days ago
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Crime stories are a fundamentally conservative way of looking at the world. Republicans bleat about high crime rates in lawless liberal cities because someone stole a toothbrush from a CVS. Suburban crime paranoia is as old as the suburbs themselves — hell, it’s why they exist to begin with. The reactionary basis of true crime is how you end up with ostensibly liberal podcast hosts defending the death penalty and arguing against double jeopardy protections. It’s easy and correct to condemn Fox News for increasing our grandparents’ blood pressure, keeping them in a perpetual state of fear about roving gangs of MS-13 coming to their gated communities, but we should also consider that other demographics might be susceptible to fear-stoking propaganda. How can we listen to story after story of women being abducted or murdered and expect it to not have an effect on our psyche? A study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania found that fear of crime and violence on television have both increased over time, despite crime rates declining, and that women reported more fear of crime on surveys than men. True crime runs on heightened emotion and fear, convincing people, and especially women, that every stranger is a possible murderer. I see women on Twitter questioning whether it’s safe to let a plumber into their house, or instructing others to rip out strands of hair to leave in cabs for DNA evidence in case the driver murders you. These are not sensible reactions, they are the thoughts of someone who has been deeply traumatized. So many true crime shows advise women to trust their instincts, but how can we trust instincts that have been hijacked by induced anxiety?
Emma Berquist, True Crime Is Rotting Our Brains
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thoughtportal · 3 months ago
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https://twitter.com/equalityAlec/status/1430159902551445514
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movie-gifs · 2 days ago
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Breathless (À bout de souffle) (1960) dir. Jean-Luc Godard
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one-time-i-dreamt · 3 months ago
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A fox slapped me because I stole a strawberry from it.
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saddayfordemocracy · a year ago
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“Stranger Fruit,” Jon Henry Photography,
Jon Henry’s Stranger Fruit series, named after the well-know song originally by Billie Holiay, was created in response to the murders of Black men across the US by police.
In Stranger Fruit, Henry photographs American mothers with their sons in a pieta-like arrangement, reenacting the pain for loss that is too common for Black families in the United States.
The Arnold Newman Prize for New Directions in Photographic Portraiture.
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philosophybits · a month ago
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Crime is naught but misdirected energy. So long as every institution of today, economic, political, social, and moral, conspires to misdirect human energy into wrong channels; so long as most people are out of place doing the things they hate to do, living a life they loathe to live, crime will be inevitable, and all the laws on the statutes can only increase, but never do away with, crime.
Emma Goldman, "Anarchism, What it Really Stands For", Anarchism and Other Essays
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