coma divine
scio nihil scio.


12,689 notes Anna Karina in La petit soldat by Jean-Luc Godard, 1960’s.
35 notes "Forgetfulness is the only salvation. I would like to forget everything; to forget myself and to forget the world." — Emil Cioran (via fotelja)

(Source: blackestdespondency, via fotelja)

15 notes lapitiedangereuse:

Tarkovsky’s polaroids
865 notes "And I asked myself about the present: how wide it was, how deep it was, how much was mine to keep." — Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five  (via koreyan)

(Source: rabbitinthemoon, via koreyan)

200 notes sasaantic:

Dialog, 1973. Rudolf Bonvie
1 note
Anonymous: Top 10 persons you would like to meet here or in some other kind of life :)

There’s a huge number of persons I would like to meet and it’s hard to choose only 10, but I tried:

  1. Andrei Tarkovsky
  2. Buddha
  3. J.W. von Goethe
  4. Nikola Tesla
  5. Marina Abramović
  6. Paul Celan
  7. Sylvia Plath
  8. Franz Kafka
  9. Vladan Desnica
  10. Edvard Munch

I would also like to meet nihilists and some non-spiritual people, I find them intriguing although their opinions and philosophies in some level do not match mine.

146 notes lapitiedangereuse:

Anna Karina
208 notes "Illegibility
of this world. All things twice over.

The strong clocks justify
the splitting hour,
hoarsely.

You, clamped
into your deepest part,
climb out of yourself
for ever.

" — Paul Celan, trans. by Michael Hamburger (via viperslang)
94 notes fleurdulys:

Japanese Lantern - Oda Krohg
1886
0 notes

Znaćeš, ako se probudiš još jednom

da svi odjeci nas u nama nisu bili uzaludni

i da je najjači eho onda kad je mrak

(to još nisu uračunali u jednačinu eha)

I kad u sebi odzvanjamo

nikada ne znamo

da li dolazimo ili odlazimo

možda to znači da smo svuda.

Jorge Luis Borges

32,742 notes
67 notes

This Night by Black Lab
2 notes "

Nothing speaks any more.
Against all expectations,
an irresistible tide,
a more distant new beginning,
the movement, detached from itself,
now distributes the distances and roles…
on the other side,
it continues to weave its indefatigable function.

Today,
in the past,
beyond.

While a light, a blinding awakening,
overwhelms and covers everything in silence,
where we are no more than a dot,
increasingly forgotten,
and distant.

" — The final lines from Méditerranée, 1963.
444,456 notes Ivan’s Childhood, dir. Andrei Tarkovsky, 1962.
1,800 notes evxl:

Masculin Féminin, 1966 (dir. Jean-Luc Godard)