Liv Ullmann and Ingmar Bergman on set of Persona, 1966

You never seem to be waiting for me, but we kept meeting at every turn of the paths. Behind every bush, at the foot of each statue, near every pond. It is as if it had been only you and I in all that garden.
"North American cinema is the only true weapon of mass destruction. It has achieved to convince the audience not only that it’s the best possible cinema, but that it is the only."

Arturo Ripstein (via swinton)

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Alfred Hitchcock and the overworked composer of The Man Who Knew Too Much, Bernard Herrmann (x)

“I’d skip school regularly to see movies” - François Truffaut