when darkness falls reflecting city lights the moon creates a shimmering path that only our Souls can dance upon

when darkness falls reflecting city lights the moon creates a shimmering path that only our Souls can dance upon

Am I going to be stuck like this forever? Trapped in a glitch of an old nightmare?

Am I going to be stuck like this forever? Trapped in a glitch of an old nightmare?

moon projected behind performers except have it be japanese s and m shibari…. hold on this is genius

moon projected behind performers except have it be japanese s and m shibari…. hold on this is genius

Martha Marcy May Marlene.

Martha Marcy May Marlene.

melancholia-lars-von-trier-kirsten-dunst-planet-collide-earth.jpeg (1280×545)

melancholia-lars-von-trier-kirsten-dunst-planet-collide-earth.jpeg (1280×545)

From Film to Real Life: Tjolöholm Castle from Melancholia

From Film to Real Life: Tjolöholm Castle from Melancholia

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Candid Indie Film Captures

Candid Indie Film Captures

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We know very well some things, but we don't really believe in them. So although we know they will happen, we are no less surprised when they happen. --Slavoj Zizek

We know very well some things, but we don't really believe in them. So although we know they will happen, we are no less surprised when they happen. --Slavoj Zizek

Directed by Lars von Trier.  With Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland, Alexander Skarsgård. Two sisters find their already strained relationship challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide with Earth.

Directed by Lars von Trier. With Kirsten Dunst, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Kiefer Sutherland, Alexander Skarsgård. Two sisters find their already strained relationship challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide with Earth.

In “Melancholia” the controversial Danish director Lars von Trier offers his own, highly personal version of apocalypse.

In “Melancholia” the controversial Danish director Lars von Trier offers his own, highly personal version of apocalypse.

i love this venue so much but dont know if we'd fit :(

i love this venue so much but dont know if we'd fit :(

Nomadic D.: marthamarcymaymarlene

Nomadic D.: marthamarcymaymarlene

The Martha Marcy May Marlene Photographs by Drew Innis are Breathtaking

Candid Indie Film Captures

The Martha Marcy May Marlene Photographs by Drew Innis are Breathtaking

Martha Marcy May Marlene -- Dinner Top Light

Martha Marcy May Marlene -- Dinner Top Light

Nomadic D.: marthamarcymaymarlene

Nomadic D.: marthamarcymaymarlene

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