I’m not afraid of dying. Pieces of me die all the time.
Sage Francis (via asterisk-)
Romy Schneider and Alain Delon at home in France, 1959.

viviensleigh:

Vivien Leigh getting into costume in St. Martin’s Lane (1938)

Every nerve in my body could be damaged or numb, and I’d still be able to feel you.
Anonymous  (via cygnie)

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh in Gone With the Wind (1939)


 I love the fact that you know, for example, you don’t really see people moan or cry so much with snot dripping down their face. When you have a crying scene, people have their makeup on and look nice, but in life we are all ugly sometimes—whether you’re making love or fighting, etc.—and what’s important is just the beauty of the situation and the act. Sometimes when you cry you can be dignified but it’s also just honest.
Adèle Exarchopoulos

 I love the fact that you know, for example, you don’t really see people moan or cry so much with snot dripping down their face. When you have a crying scene, people have their makeup on and look nice, but in life we are all ugly sometimes—whether you’re making love or fighting, etc.—and what’s important is just the beauty of the situation and the act. Sometimes when you cry you can be dignified but it’s also just honest.

Adèle Exarchopoulos

unordinary-girl:

cuddling is probably one of the most passionate forms of love there is because you just feel so safe and close to the person and it feels like all your worries go away and it’s one of the greatest feelings in the world

Sir Laurence Olivier as Mr.DeWinter in Rebecca (1940)

celeritious:

you deserve someone who isn’t embarrassed to love you and tells all their friends about you and saves your selfies, whether they’re good or bad to look at when they miss you and loses sleep to talk to you and tells you how much they love you and how beautiful you are all the time and i really hope you find that one day because you deserve to be loved


Romy Schneider │ Gilles Caron, 1969

Romy Schneider │ Gilles Caron, 1969