Carrie (1976)

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elementary school: reads at a middle school level
middle school: reads at a high school level
high school: reads at a college level
college: re-reads Harry Potter

Beetlejuice (1988)

Beetlejuice (1988)

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oorequiemoo:

nitratediva:

From La petite fille et son chat by the Lumière brothers, 1899. Another early cinema cat video for you, folks. 

oorequiemoo:

nitratediva:

From La petite fille et son chat by the Lumière brothers, 1899. Another early cinema cat video for you, folks. 

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woofety:

Was there a specific color scheme that you wanted for each character?

Vanessa, Eva Green’s character, is a young tormented woman who doesn’t like the superfluous, which women’s fashion was full of in the 1890s. At that time, black was a widely used color, and not only for mourning… The elegant physicality and the pale color of Eva’s skin led to me to choose dark colors for her. […]

(Gabriella Pescucci, costume designer for “Penny Dreadful”)

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