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In The Act of Seeing with One’s Own Eyes, Stan Brakhage films the intimacies of an autopsy. Engaging in his own branded style of subjectivity, he sheds light on death as the essential element of our existence. 531 more words
The Falling: A tangle of adolescent sexuality, conscious and unconcious desire, and amazing 1960s nightgowns
The Falling is a tangle of adolescent sexuality, conscious and unconcious desires, and amazing 1960s nightgowns. Set in the eerie atmosphere of an all-girls secondary school in an unspecified small town Britain in 1969, witnessed via Lydia (Maisie Williams), the awkward but bright and promising teenager, and centred around her intense adolescent friendship with beautiful and idealised Abbie (Florence Pugh), whose sudden collapse begins an epidemic of fainting, fitting and temporarily entering a trance-like state amongst the girls their age. 615 more words
On Thursday 14th May Versus Versace launched their Fall Winter 2015 season at the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch. After Donatella lost her brother Gianni in the nineties, she was keen to take Versace to another level by injecting a young underground spirit into the brand. 122 more words
One of the fan favorite characters Arya got to the House of Black and White in Braavos.
But what exactly is the House of Black and White and what does it mean for… 404 more words