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Charlie Chaplin, born on this day in 1889. He’s at a BBC microphone in October 1952 to promote his ‘Limelight’, released during Chaplin’s ban from the United States when it was alleged that he was a Communist sympathiser.

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Repulsion (1965) dir. by Roman Polanski

Polanski’s film plunges into this crack, the line dividing sexual fascination and repulsion, the male and the female, the society and the individual. The face, the eye, the four walls around Catherine Deneuve’s Carol all rupture and fracture. Her mind’s grasp on reality splinters, she withdraws and psychosis sets in […] (x)

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Andrei Tarkovsky in The Killers, the first film he ever directed, alongside classmates Marika Beiku & Aleksandr Gordon, while attending grade three of the All-Rusian State Institute of Cinematography (VGIK). All parts were played by fellow students, and Tarkovsky played the custmer whistling ”Lullaby of Birdland”, a tune they were acquainted with through listening to Voice of America broadcasts. This 1950s tune was widely regarded as a symbol of freedom, and its inclusion in the film adaptation of a 1920s Hemingway story was Tarkovsky’s idea. The film was highly praised by class instructor Mikhail Romm. [x]

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Some are born posthumously.
Friedrich Nietzsche, The Antichrist (via man-of-prose)

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