What's Real Can't Die

Audrey Hepburn, by Antony Beauchamp (1955)
Audrey Hepburn, by Antony Beauchamp (1955)

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itsapplauding:

I stayed the size of a 1900s woman. Also, why did they predict that 2000s women would dress like gladiators?

itsapplauding:

I stayed the size of a 1900s woman. Also, why did they predict that 2000s women would dress like gladiators?

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A Prayer to My Mother / Miki Higashino, Keiko Fukami

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preludetowind:

Magnificent sequence of Kiki’s kind nature to help her elderly customer bake a pie in a traditional method, even costing her health and engaging activities in order to deliver the goods to the birthday party of her customer’s granddaughter. It shows that no matter how hard you work, sometimes it goes under-appreciated. In truth, you and I have been in that situation before. The beauty of Studio Ghibli films is that we can relate to a lot of the hardships these characters go through in a very realistic circumstance.

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vacilandoelmundo:

Bacharach, Germany
chanelnoi-r:

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arandomwhitedude:

Take ur girl to some artsy shit then fuck her out of the dress when yall get home

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