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L'eclisse (1962). Michelangelo Antonioni. Alain Delon, Monica Vitti

L'eclisse (1962). Michelangelo Antonioni. Alain Delon, Monica Vitti

We have not so much time as we might think. Life walks on its own two legs apart from us. We occupy a point ahead that pulls away as we continue walking into a setting sun. Our shadows’ behind, keep us connected, lengthen out as life lags behind, and we look for the next point on the horizon. You’d think we’d wait, let life catch up, and find out what it knows of us and how we’ve spent its time: perhaps we need to change our pace so as not to find we have traveled with only just a place to…

We have not so much time as we might think. Life walks on its own two legs apart from us. We occupy a point ahead that pulls away as we continue walking into a setting sun. Our shadows’ behind, keep us connected, lengthen out as life lags behind, and we look for the next point on the horizon. You’d think we’d wait, let life catch up, and find out what it knows of us and how we’ve spent its time: perhaps we need to change our pace so as not to find we have traveled with only just a place to…

Il grido, Michelangelo Antonioni (1957)

Il grido, Michelangelo Antonioni (1957)

Antonioni's "Red Desert" is perhaps the greatest collection of images ever put on film. THE Masterpiece.

Antonioni's "Red Desert" is perhaps the greatest collection of images ever put on film. THE Masterpiece.

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by Rosea Lake (via) What society thinks just about a girls legs

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