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aikainkauna · 4 months ago
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Not only was Burning Ice (2017) a rare well-written Chinese drama, it also had great music. Here's Wang Dongyu/Gsueil Studio and "Look."
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aikainkauna · 5 months ago
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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This is an absolutely terrible gag, but I regret nothing. Either you get it or you don't.
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Guise, I really am active on Pillowfort rather than on here bc this hellshite swallows up all my bawdy posts, even the posts with merely bawdy tags. If you want to hang out, PF is the place. Although as they've had a bad troll infestation of late and the guy keeps creating several sockpuppets a day that we have to keep on blocking, it's best if you actually interact with people and post legit content before you go off and follow anyone, as many of us have been hitting the block button very lightly this past month or so. I'm interested in interacting, yeah, but only with real (and literate) grown-up people still, but PF is far better for actual real conversations and posting of n**s**f**w things. JSYK.
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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#be still my bleating hardt
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Connie being excellent at hand gestures.
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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#connie 'i'll fuck you later' look again
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Zurta finding out his partner in crime with an unexpected company in Rome Express (1932, dir. Walter Forde)
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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CV Fanwork prompt sheet #4 (June 2021): +11. Your choice Connie according to a social trend
Films: Der Student von Prag (1926), I Was a Spy (1933), Jew Süss (1934), A Woman’s Face (1941), Orlacs Hände (1924), Anders als die Andern (1919), The Thief of Bagdad (1940), Dark Journey (1937), Das Wachsfigurenkabinett (1924), Casablanca (1942), Das indische Grabmal erster Teil - Die Sendung des Yoghi (1921), Rome Express (1932).
Music: Busta Rhymes “Touch It (TikTok Remix)”
Made for the prompt sheet over on Conrad Veidt in Context at Facebook
           … … … … … … … … … 1. Gliding 2. Height 3. Noble 4. Decadence 5. Tenderness 6. Monocle 7. Rococo 8. White 9. Nazi 10. Unrequited +11. Your choice            … … … … … … … … …
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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JODHAA AKBAR (2008)
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Top 5 Slutty Veidt moments so far!
Hi! I didn't expect you there, when frankly I should haha
Sorry for the delay, but I had to think hard to answer that, because as you know, there are A LOT of them 🤣
I hope you'll excuse me if I use your own gifs, but they exist so...
Let's go :
Honorable mention :
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Because a slut top without Connie being a slut for slutty Rains is a big NO
5. Escape. I don't like this movie, but did he really have to do THAT to tell Taylor he doesn't like him?! I don't think "eyefuck Taylor while telling him you hate him" was written in the scenario...
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4. Dark Journey. Von Whorewitz can watch me like that all day and I'd say thank you. I could put all his scenes of the beginning
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3. Marquis de Sévigné smoking in Der mann. This man is my smoking god. He smokes more sluttily than me and frankly that's really saying something. The worst is that it's a really non-slutty role 🤣 The man simply cannot help himself, can he ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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2. The entire Der Kongress dantz movie. So many scenes that I cannot choose one. From now on Metternich is a slutty scheming little shit to me, I don't care about the real one. Let's put a moment of the film, but for real it could be any of his scenes
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1. My horny god Hansgeorg von Whoreberg ❤ I could put the entire movie here, but this scene is just perfect
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He looks like his brain translated "Take off you shirt I'll take care of your wound" in "Take off your clothes I'll ride your dick" and I don't know how this happened
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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#yes that duckface :D
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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OP, how could you leave Giraffe Batman out of the original post?
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I love him.
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<3
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Rule no. 1: If it can be sexualised/perved upon, and even if it couldn't or shouldn't, Conrad motherfucking Veidt WILL.
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Watching Der Schwarze Husar with Conrad Veidt the other day, I didn’t expect THAT.
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Pillowfort.social is back! We’ve missed you so much.
If you previously had an account you do not need to re-register. A full change log of site revisions is now available.
 http://pillowfort.social/posts/2048570
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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HOLY SHIT, PILLOWFORT IS BACK
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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I think I’m now legally obliged to share the coolestmost item in the contents of my “Conrad Veidt in medieval costumes wearing a monocle and/or smoking a fag” folder:
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people in period clothing doing modern things is my aesthetic
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Interviewer: Those critics who prefer very sparse and simple prose have criticized the richness of your own “poetic prose.” Why have you chosen to employ this style?
Anaïs Nin: You know that was completely contradicted when Durrell’s “Quartet” came out and we realized that by that widely held attitude, writing had been made so poor, so one-dimensional and so shallow that it didn’t give any nourishment. They had considered writing simply a functional thing, a descriptive thing, and didn’t realize that when you use that approach you are building and describing something that’s dead. But that was the plain writing that became very highly valued and traditional in our culture. It almost killed the novel. My use of rich writing was an effort to bring all the senses with it–rhythm, color, and all the atmosphere around things. I really feel that the taboo on our senses made the drug culture; drugs became the only way to break down this flat, monotonous, one-dimensional approach.
Interviewer: In “The Novel of the Future” you protested against “the cult of direct description which has given our literature a false masculinity… some of these catatonic novels may be written by victims of Puritanism, of Calvinism; or of the English complex that all personal matters should be avoided as bad manners…”
Anaïs Nin: Yes. At one time there was so much talk about communicating by simplifying our language; any elaboration of language was considered unnecessary and a luxury. And I kept refuting that on the basis that we are all very complex beings and we function on so many levels that we need all the kinds of language that we can possibly develop. That was a terrible period of loneliness and alienation for everyone. They felt that language was irrelevant to our pattern of dynamic living.
Anaïs Nin, 1971, in “Conversations With Anaïs Nin,” free to read on Archive.org.
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aikainkauna · a year ago
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Romy Schneider in Ludwig (1973)
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