Marilyn Monroe photographed by Tom Kelley, 1949
It’s great here. It’s really great. Um, I don’t know… I went to this shrine today. And, um, there were these monks and they were chanting. And I didn’t feel anything, you know? And, um, I don’t know… I even tried ikebana, and John is using these hair products.
I just… I don’t know who I married.
“My words mean nothing to you. People like you can’t be reached. I wonder whether your madness isn’t the worst kind. You act healthy, act it so well that everyone believes you, everyone except me, because I know how rotten you are.”
Dir. Ingmar Bergman
Françoise Hardy relaxes in Corsica (1967)
Blondie: Debbie Harry live at CBGB, 1977. Photos by Roberta Bayley.
colors of the sky taken 8:55pm May 22 2013 (just a moment ago)
Vivre Sa Vie-1962
Léa Seydoux by Nan Goldin
Le sang d’un poète, 1930, by Jean Cocteau.