tomfighter:

YOU CAN HEAR MY SOUL DYING IN THE DISTANCE.



Tom Hiddleston in Exhibition x





We have the capacity to experience every aspect of life. There’s love, generosity, hope, kindness, laughter and all the good stuff. And then there’s grief, hatred, jealousy and pain. The way I see it, life is about trying to get to a place where you feel happy with the chords that you are playing. 



flavorpill:


The two main characters of the film are the most cultured beings who have ever existed. The way they think about and create art is informed by thousands of years of traveling the world as generation after generation of “zombies” — that’s what they call humans — live and die. Even after a lifetime that has spanned hundreds of human lifetimes, there is still new music, new art of all kinds, to experience.

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ and the Tragedy of Time in Artistic Lives

flavorpill:

The two main characters of the film are the most cultured beings who have ever existed. The way they think about and create art is informed by thousands of years of traveling the world as generation after generation of “zombies” — that’s what they call humans — live and die. Even after a lifetime that has spanned hundreds of human lifetimes, there is still new music, new art of all kinds, to experience.

Jim Jarmusch’s ‘Only Lovers Left Alive’ and the Tragedy of Time in Artistic Lives





tomhazeldine:

don’t be afraid of wearing your heart on your sleeve 



improbablyobessed:

God he is beautiful

improbablyobessed:

God he is beautiful









templeofloki:

What is with the look on his face he’s like “Somewhere in the world, somebody is misquoting Shakespeare. I can sense it.”



unfairlymostfairly:

[x]


hawkeyematingcall:

what a majestic man



ahobbitcarol:

I CAN’T GET OVER HOW DRAMATIC THIS REACTION IS