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Film e cose belle
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romeaysa:

ICONIC
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Vincent Cassel by Frederike Helwig, for GQ

Vincent Cassel by Frederike Helwig, for GQ
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"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."

"The world needs bad man, Marty. We keep other bad men from the door."
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labra69:

Broken Flowers by Jim Jarmush with Bill Murray. 2005.
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lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
lifejustgotawkward:

"No actor is better than Bill Murray at doing nothing at all, and being fascinating while doing it." - Roger Ebert’s review of Broken Flowers (2005, dir. Jim Jarmusch).
The “I Want You” scene is my favorite scene in the film. I don’t think it’s more than a minute long, and Bill Murray doesn’t say a word, but his silence and his gestures as he listens to the song say it all.
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culturapoprigor:

Martin Scorsese & Wes Anderson
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margot-and-richie-forver:

Steve Zissou: Wolodarsky, go get the keys to that fishing boat, and throw them in the water. No, wait. They might have another set. Just blow it up.