wish i woz fucking blind u rite now
Gaby, 27, cinephile, feminist. I love films, Jessica Chastain, Cate Blanchett.

Lauren Cohan - S Magazine - May 2014

Lauren Cohan - S Magazine - May 2014

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Don't You Want Me
The Human League

radtracks:

don’t you want me // the human league

it’s much too late to find
when you think you’ve changed your mind
you’d better change it back or we will both be sorry

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I’ve felt hugely privileged, from the bottom of my heart, to have been a part of those two shows [Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones]. They were wonderful platforms – being part of something that’s popular is a wonderful springboard for any actor. I had an absolute blast on Game of Thrones – they were the best three years – meeting all these amazing people, and working with fantastic crews, and going to these incredible locations. I would never otherwise have gone to Iceland, and now I have a great love for the country.

I’ve felt hugely privileged, from the bottom of my heart, to have been a part of those two shows [Downton Abbey and Game of Thrones]. They were wonderful platforms – being part of something that’s popular is a wonderful springboard for any actor. I had an absolute blast on Game of Thrones – they were the best three years – meeting all these amazing people, and working with fantastic crews, and going to these incredible locations. I would never otherwise have gone to Iceland, and now I have a great love for the country.

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wednesdaydreams:

Don’t come back. Don’t think about us. Don’t look back. Don’t write. Don’t give in to nostalgia. Forget us all. If you do and you come back, don’t come see me. I won’t let you in my house. Understand? Whatever you end up doing, love it. The way you loved the projection booth when you were a little squirt.

Cinema Paradiso (1988), Giuseppe Tornatore

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Anónimo said: your fav childhood memory?

ageekyfemmeforeveringlasses:

Not paying bills

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lmnpnch:

My balls are pretty big. There’s a confidence that my sisters and I were raised with. After my dad died, my mom moved us from Queens back to the Dominican Republic. A very macho sort of place. But my mom raised us to know that we are equal to anyone. Whenever we went out, if we were meeting other people, my mom would always say, “I hope you like them.” Not “I hope they like you.” We were the most important.

Zoe Saldana for The Hollywood Reporter (August 2014)

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