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hellish-cruelty · 11 months
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Yours truly,
Signed by my broken heart.
Be it carefully constructed memoir of the soul, or heart wrenching adoration for the dearly beloved or a few words of impatient love, Handwritten letters have a flair so warm and elegant that no text messages can ever match.
Films in Frame - Carol, Perks of being a Wallflower, Dead Poet's Society, Submarine, The Double, Hannibal (Hannibal's letter to Will in the hospital), Spellbound, Harry Potter and the Goblet of fire, Call me by your name (Oliver's reply to Elio's letter -enclosed here- Please don't avoid me. It kills me. Can't stand thinking you hate me. Your silence is killing me. I'd sooner die than know you hate me. I am such a pussy. Way over the top. Can't stand the silence. Need to speak to you.)
PS: It's a shame Tumblr just allows ten images per post.
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fantasywhoree · 24 days
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Submarine (2010)
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hikashiko · 8 months
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She is moderately unpopular, which makes romance between us more likely
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romemarie · 11 months
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Submarine (2010)
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astromelons · 10 months
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“atavistic, glorious fortnight of lovemakin’”
some of my favorite stills from the movie “Submarine”
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miedkha · 4 months
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humbug-demartino · 25 days
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-"The ocean is six miles deep."
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rockstarsgirl · 1 year
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Tomorrow I’ll be quicker...
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bgjournal · 1 year
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submarine (2010)
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thefrustrationqueen · 5 months
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Submarine, 2011
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trnqulitybase · 1 year
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paraselene woman, i'm your man on the moon
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hellish-cruelty · 2 years
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Smoking Is So Satisfying.
Movies in frame - (chronologically)
1. Favourite Classics - Scarface, Breakfast at the tiffany's, Fight club, Carol, Pulp fiction, Blade runner, Black Dahlia, Atonement, The Royal Tenenbaums
2. French Actresses - Inglorious Basterds, Blue is the warmest colour, The double life of Veronique, The Dreamers, La sirène du Mississipi, Masculin Feminine, Màlena, Vivre sa vie
3. Teen mess- Submarine, The jacket, Ready or not, Heathers, The Virgin Suicides, Welcome to the Riley's, 20th century women, Girl interrupted
4. TV Shows- Breaking Bad, Euphoria, End of the fucking World, Sex and the City, Sex education, Fleabag, How I met your mother, Friends
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moremarlesswar · 8 months
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vaialactea · 11 months
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Submarine (2010)
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“Jordana and I enjoyed an atavistic, glorious fortnight of lovemakin'; humiliatin' teachers and bullies in the week. I have already turned these moments into the Super-8 footage of memory.”
Accompanied by a soundtrack consisting strictly of original Alex Turner songs, Richard Ayoade’s Submarine is what I would accurately consider a quirky film. As Oliver, the teenaged protagonist hell-bent on saving his parents’ marriage and perfecting his first relationship with the strong-willed and deeply unimpressed Jordana Bevans, delves head on into the dramatics, the soft lull of Alex’s voice carries on throughout the movie and makes you feel peacefully and comfortably at home.
Oliver is no ordinary character. He very strongly and confidently believes he is, in fact, the main character of the small little seaside town in Wales he lives in. In fact, young Oliver often fantasizes about how his classmates and parents might react to his death, imagining their regret for not having cherished him enough and longing to see him again. There is aptly a scene where he envisions himself as a savior-like figure descending from above, gracing his fellow high school students with his presence and assuring them he is okay and not to worry.
This movie brings about many questions about morality, mortality, and the chaotic and stoic attempts of a teenaged boy to perfect his new relationship and his parents’ crumbling marriage. He sees the world as a place that needs saving, and his scattered attempts at holding the pieces together make for a somehow very comical storyline. Oliver is, however, most likely pretty depressed considering the way he acts and perceives the world when he’s not occupying himself with his daily tasks and attempts to win Jordana over and monitor the state of his parents’ relationship. Every shot, every subsection of the movie, unsurprisingly named by Oliver himself, consists of so many dark-toned elements and emotions, you feel like you’re actually tagging along with Oliver. The breaking of the fourth wall from time to time adds a sense of familiarity. Maybe that’s why it makes me feel so at ease.
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This is genuinely one of my favorite films. It’s gloomy and melodramatic, shot at strange angles with quick camera work that convey Oliver’s frantic movements and obvious anxieties that he takes on daily. The contrasts in his mother and father’s parenting skills adds another layer of humor to the movie and makes it very clear that, although Oliver sees them as two very separate people, he is dead-set on mending what is broken in his eyes. This movie makes me want to move to Wales and live in a little seaside town with wet cobblestone pavement and conjure up my own little quirky love story. 
The best line in the movie, in my opinion, goes like this: “Every night I come to the same place and wait until the sky catches up with my mood.” Oliver is so subtly profound in his dialogue, remaining simultaneously ridiculous and relatable. This quote here has stuck with me for years since I first watched it. Now, go be like Oliver, press play, and wait for your mood to catch up with this movie. Or something like that.
(Richard Ayoade, Warp Films, 2010)
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almodovargirl · 2 months
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Naissance des pieuvres "Water Lilies" (2007) Dir. Céline Sciamma // Submarine 2010 Dir. Richard Ayoade
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