a monopoly on legitimate violence
Do you remember those boys that go to the ‘hood’ and mess with people all for the sake of a “prank”? Well, they went to a radio station for an interview and the hosts there called them out on their racist shit and it was the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen. Check this video out.
Yasujiro Ozu’s Tokyo Story [is one film I would like everyone to see]. Ozu tells more than just the story of family and relationships, he tells the story of film itself [and] shows the beauty of light and shadow. - Ryuichi Sakamoto
"Healing is a challenge in life. It’s a victim’s sole obligation. By healing, you resist oppression."
-from 5 Broken Cameras
(streaming on NetFlix ya’ll)
Nazar Ke Samne Jigar Ke Paas- Kumar Sanu and Anuradha Paudwal (Aashiqui, 1990)
thanks to the people who tagged me on that six selfies things, but im gonna remain faceless on here. only like 2 ppl i follow know what i look like and i wanna keep it that way :p…well ok it’s not that im concerned about privacy or anything it’s just that im really insecure about the way i look..
my mom always made fun of me being skinny calling me a twig, now that i gained like 10 lbs she looked at me n called me fat omg