Aus dem Leben der Marionetten (Ingmar Bergman, 1980)

(Source: danieldaylewiswithamoustache)

Mads Mikkelsen in The Hunt (2012)

[2001] Waiting for Godot - Michael Lindsay-Hogg

"A country road. A tree.


[2001] Waiting for Godot - Michael Lindsay-Hogg

[2001] Waiting for Godot - Michael Lindsay-Hogg

"Estragon, sitting on a low mound, is trying to take off his boot. He pulls at it

with both hands, panting.”

me-minus-heart asked: Watch the hunt. It is amazing.

Jules *_*

What movie?

what movie you guys suggest that I should watch now? (or want screenshots):

- Accattone

- Copie Conforme

- The Fruit of Paradise

- Offret (The Sacrifice)

- The Hunt

- La Frontière de l’aube

Plein Soleil (Purple Noon), René Clement, 1960

Plein Soleil (Purple Noon), René Clement, 1960

killinforagoodvibe asked: hello i am sick and bedridden and i am looking for films with a certain quality - of which i am unsure how to describe. i want something aesthetically soothing and kind of surreal, something a little tarkovsky and a little david lynch i hope you can help me out


oh hey okay such a privilege Hmmm let me see  *staring & staring*  im sorry my mind is a blank right now but i hope this helps

  • Polanski’s “Apartment Trilogy”
  • Ingmar Bergman “Trilogy of Faith”
  • Michelangelo Antonioni’s trilogy( L’Avventura,La Notte,L’Eclisse)
  • Blow-Up (1966)

*(i suggest you check out all of Luis Buñuel filmography because he’s the master of surrealism, David Lynic was somehow inspired by him so you might find what you looking for)

(* also all Fellini filmography are works of art)

(*also check out all of Jean-Pierre Melville works)

whoo now im really not sure this is what you looking for im very sorry i got carried away but i just woke up and this is what my mind has at the moment. I hope this helps you and I’ll be updating it after i take my coffee.