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mell0w-mf · 3 days ago
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“It catches up to us all, Goncharov— time.”
AHHHHHH IM SO FUCKING GLAD THIS MOVIE HAS FINALLY BEGUN TO BE TALKED ABOUT. THERE IS SO MUCH TO SAY, AND YET THE MOVIE ALSO?? SOMEHOW??? SAYS EVERYTHING THERE IS TO SAY. That’s what makes it so good I think- the queer representation, the subltleties of Scorcese’s work?? Everything. Me and my boyfriend decided to rewatch it together and everything holds up so well, we were both even crying by the bridge scene.
If you haven’t seen this movie yet, or you haven’t rewatched it in a while- without hesitation go watch it now. It is one of the only classics that I will sing praise for and it is so deserving. Goncharov is a movie like no other, all should experience it’s wonder.
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yourloca1taurus · 2 days ago
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imagine thinking Goncharov (1973) doesn’t exist just because you haven’t seen it, lmaooo 💀
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jupiterslifelessmoons · a day ago
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Rita has definitely watched Goncharov
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too-cool-for-facebook · 6 days ago
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mkartzdraws · 3 days ago
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Had to draw my favorite scene from the hit classic Goncharov
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lemon-and-lead · 5 days ago
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a lot of the lighting in Goncharov is absolutely stunning. I was inspired to do a study of katya during the cafe scene.
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kakitysax · 9 days ago
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Hey followers I just want to clarify that Goncharev is a film that does not exist /srs. Everything I have reblogged about it is people making shit up so that it sounds like it's a real movie. It's not. It's a joke.
I say this because I know that there might be people out there who have been gaslit or who are used to being left out of "in jokes" or made fun of for trusting and believing people and I don't want to be responsible for hurting anyone.
That said, pretending shit exists that doesn't and making up convincing bullshit is one of my favorite type of jokes so I will be continuing to do this!!! Please enjoy and meme responsibly
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corvidcaeneus · 6 days ago
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this goncharov shit keeps getting better
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awkward-sultana · 6 days ago
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GUYS
WHAT???
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divathesocialite · 8 days ago
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Goncharov (1973)
Dir. Martin Scorsese
Screenplay by Matteo JWHJ
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decayingpunk · 5 days ago
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I was explaining Goncharov to my dad and he theorized that martin Scorsese himself decided to start this whole thing from a fake account so that he could steal our ideas and produce the film. And honestly i hope he's right because it's the only way this whole story could be even funnier
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venusiannights · 7 days ago
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This scene in Goncharov (1973) just broke me 🥹
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"What do you believe in?"
"Nothing."
"Therefore you are nothing, Goncharov. Beliefs make the Man."
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cancerstanople · 4 days ago
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who needs good grades when you can spend every waking moment trying to piece together a timeline for a movie that doesn't exist based on the handful of crumbs of collectively hallucinated agreed-upon lore found on tumblr dot com
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soultea · 4 days ago
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OH Goncharov THIS and Sophie THAT but what about Valery huh? Valery Michailov who cares SO MUCH about his sister. Valery Michailov who has no discernable love interest (no Luciana doesn't count it was never confirmed and honestly I didn't buy it on his end in the film itself). Valery Michailov who clearly doesn't have a sexual urge in his body if those failed seduction scenes are to be believed. Valery Michailov who is SO DONE with all the romantic drama and just wants to go home and have his family intact again.
Y'all can keep your homoerotic tension, I want the aro/ace King.
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ifyouwerethedevil · 5 days ago
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“If we really were in love you wouldn’t have missed” hits harder when you remember that goncharov shot andrey after he made him promise to if they got caught back in their younger days. Goncharov looking into his eyes and shooting him, not knowing if he’d live, was his way of saying I love you in the only way he knew how.
Comparatively, andrey killing both himself and goncharov at the end, after everything that they’d been through, was his way of finally saying “I love you too”
Just like andrey said, “death is the ultimate form of devotion”
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sileana · 7 days ago
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Trying to decide which is funnier, the idea that a bunch of people on this site made up a whole fake movie based on a shoe, or the idea that a bunch of people on this site are trying to convince everyone that real movie is a fake movie they made up based on a shoe.
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