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"I have to be alone very often. I’d be quite happy if I spent from Saturday night until Monday morning alone in my apartment. That’s how I refuel."

— Audrey Hepburn (via joseph-schlichting)

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"To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all."

— Mae West

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"I’d never taken a drug before Gummo, but as soon as that was over I started flirting with heroin, because making films was all I ever wanted, and once that was done I was just bored. And my problems, my violence, they all stem from boredom, and when I did that drug it was the first time I could just sit and feel blissful, you know? But in the end it’s a lie. So I went back to the anger. And I’m comfortable knowing that without the work I’d kill myself, because I feel like I’m here for one reason, and that’s to create."

— Harmony Korine

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"Men like to squash you. I just want someone who’s happy with himself, happy with his life. He doesn’t have to squash mine."

— Sarah Silverman

"I’m convinced of this: Good done anywhere is good done everywhere. For a change, start by speaking to people rather than walking by them like they’re stones that don’t matter. As long as you’re breathing, it’s never too late to do some good."

— Maya Angelou

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fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

As per the original movie’s attempt to portray a living robot in the “real world”, every part of Johnny and his brethren was built to have a specific, logical purpose behind them; this was originally a source of contention between the director and the prop designer, the latter of whom insisted on giving Johnny “eyes” to give the character a method of visually expressing emotion. As a result, Johnny’s iconic “eyelids” were created, with the explanation that they were sun guards/camera coverings.
Short Circuit (1986)

fuckyeahbehindthescenes:

As per the original movie’s attempt to portray a living robot in the “real world”, every part of Johnny and his brethren was built to have a specific, logical purpose behind them; this was originally a source of contention between the director and the prop designer, the latter of whom insisted on giving Johnny “eyes” to give the character a method of visually expressing emotion. As a result, Johnny’s iconic “eyelids” were created, with the explanation that they were sun guards/camera coverings.

Short Circuit (1986)