Non è possibile che la rai stia di nuovo mandando in onda un film con l’audio sballato.
Bob Carlos Clarke. The Illustrated Delta of Venus (by Anaïs Nin). Photomontage. Virgin Books. UK. 1979.
The producers of The Machinist claim that Christian Bale dropped from about 173 pounds in weight down to about 110 pounds to make this film. They also claim that Bale actually wanted to drop down to 100 pounds, but that they would not let him go below 120 out of fear that his health could be in too much danger if he did. His diet consisted of one can of tuna and an apple per day. He also took up smoking to help curb his appetite. His 63-pound weight loss is said to be a record for any actor for a movie role. Oddly enough, Bale claimed that he actually enjoyed losing so much weight, oftentimes finding himself in a euphoric state due to the extreme condition he subjected himself to (x).
Curse of the Golden Flower (2006)
→ “I shall die exactly as your father intends. A cretin. But I refuse to submit without a fight.”
Hai capito Zio Paperone cinefilo?
dare del cinefilo a chi cita tarantino e come chiamare gourmet uno che mangia un big mac.
Eh beh ceVto…
Dopo tutto TaVantino fa il pasticcieVe di lavoVo, lo sanno tutti!
futurerovine parole sante! “Gli astemi, se sa, non ce li volemo”.
A meno che non pijane la macchina.
Bastardo, ma incisivo.
Deve essere stato proprio bravo quello psicologo.
Nedra Phillips wearing Tia Lyn @ The Annual Full Figured Fashion Week NYC 2014
i need it????!!!??!
Sweet JESUS! Get it girl. GET. IT.