“It´s a great way to define the society and a great way to mark the difference between the assembly room dance at the beginning and the Netherfield ball in the middle. I made them as contrasting as possible, and that first dance was kind of bawdy and dirty and as much of a proper old knee´s up as possible. You could see the dust and you can smell the sweat and it’s a working farm they’re living on, so he was keen to, to feel that.”
(Joe Wright, Director)
Stop mistaking harmless ignorance as downright disrespect, not everyone in the goddamn world is educated of the 500000+ different gender identities. You spend 99% of your time sitting on your ass browsing a website built from the ground up on social justice concepts; don’t expect others to be aware of the deep abyss of the gender universe when some people aren’t even aware that gender and sex are two different things.
Marshall had become addicted to creating songs and photo montages documenting various mundane events. [x]
“At this point I’m willing to chop myself into bits and fit myself through the window.”
When Strangers Click, a 2011 documentary about online dating.
It reminds me of that famous Margaret Atwood quote: “Men are afraid that women will laugh at them. Women are afraid that men will kill them.” It also reminds me of something written by one of the mods of Sex Worker Problems: “Misandry irritates. Misogyny kills.”
I mean, it’s just true.
“Misandry irritates. Misogyny kills.”
That’s it. That’s it right there.
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"I feel like a deeply flawed person who is certainly undeserving of much admiration from other people."
"We were occasionally evicted, and often didn’t have money for rent. Me, my mom and my brother, and usually at least one dog. Ninth grade was the first time that I was in the same school for two years. Up until that point we moved around constantly which meant that I was always kind of the new kid or the outsider and sometimes we changed schools in the middle of the school year, so I was always an outsider and my mom also would send me to school wearing, for instance, tights and plastic cowboy boots and I thought ‘This is a great uniform’, but the other kids didn’t think it was as cool as I thought. We never had a television, so I was sort of cut off from pop culture, and from intimate peer group. It made me more of an outsider, and a little bit more introverted and cautious, and, you know, uncertain of my surroundings, and I kind of withdrew and I also kind of started to find ways to mask my insecurities and to blend in with my environment. So one of the things that I would do is I would sort of take on characters. And I would go into character, and I would be a Russian foreign exchange student or I’d develop an Indian accent or something like that, I’d develop these little characters and accents and shticks and ways to be funny, as a way of ingratiating myself to the other kids."
SO I was RAYdrawing this and I jokingly asked him to get Tina to take a picture of him in the pose for the redraw
and he said no:
“What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet or excite you. Books help us understand who we are and how we are to behave. They show us what community and friendship mean; they show us how to live and die.” — Anne Lamott
“I wanted to create the same feeling in the audience as you get reading the novel. That’s why you get so many close ups because Austen looks very carefully at people, and using this technique I found a cinematic equivalent to her prose.”
(Joe Wright, Director)