Enter the Void

Pretty much the best description/review I’ve read for this film:

Probably the most divisive film on the list, ‘Void’ explores the cycle of life and death as an overwhelming, intense series of moments — graphic sex, traumatic accidents, abortion and birth are all depicted in an unflinching manner — and that would be enough to confront most viewers. But what makes ‘Enter the Void’ so revolutionary is the cinematic approach to such human material; told from the out-of-body perspective of a dying, drug-tripping man, the film explores Tokyo nightlife and people’s sensory excesses. Its a three-hour-long, psychedelic, colorful look at humanity that’s not just a viewing experience, but also a senses-stimulating, hallucinogenic trip.

How in the world do I remember this?!

Goulash, just like mama used to make. Here’s whatcha need:

  • One can each of: garbanzo, kidney, white, lima beans.
  • Two soup sized cans of stewed tomatoes.
  • One can of pasta sauce
  • One bag of curly spaghetti
  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • Spices

Brown the meat and cook the pasta. Open and drain all the cans. Then take everything, throw it in a big pot and heat it up. Add garlic salt, oregano leaves and any other spices, then Garnish with yummy shredded cheese. Delicious!

All my favorites

Via I am a tourist

Oh my God. I need this dress in my life.


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Awesome stop motion.


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