cities that i have a lot of emotions about: part one
(actors can be found on the annotations)
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Anyone have links to watch Inside Llewyn Davis or The Grand Budapest Hotel?
Glowgaze.com has Inside Llewyn Davis
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You wanna hear a story? Do you wanna hear how mommy and me met? Yeah?
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Whenever I think about the fact that not only did Oscar Isaac play and sing all of his own music in Inside Llewyn Davis but that it was recorded live during filming I just get that mushy feeling inside that only comes from knowing that you will never be that talented in your life
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oscar is so gorgeous. he could take care of me. my new line is “oscar isaac wouldn’t treat me like this.”
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If you’ve seen 10 years, you need to tell me.
I need friends that understand how perfect of a song Never Had is.
The lyrics are beautiful and Oscar’s voice is perfect! One of my favorite songs ever.
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I noticed that the people living downtown were very aware that changes were about to take place. The formality of the 1950s was starting to be deconstructed. Shirts were untucked and collars unbuttoned. The rules were changing. It was very different from how people were dressing uptown, where the rules were still in place…The clothing was roughly the same, they were just deconstructing and being less formal about the clothing they were wearing uptown.
Mary Zophres, costume designer for Inside Llewyn Davis
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