In Hollywood, more often than not, they’re making more kind of traditional films, stories that are understood by people. And the entire story is understood. And they become worried if even for one small moment something happens that is not understood by everyone. But what’s so fantastic is to get down into areas where things are abstract and where things are felt, or understood in an intuitive way that, you can’t, you know, put a microphone to somebody at the theatre and say ‘Did you understand that?’ but they come out with a strange, fantastic feeling and they can carry that, and it opens some little door or something that’s magical and that’s the power that film has. -David Lynch
Auroras on Saturn, captured by the Hubble Telescope
"The Raid 2" premieres at the Sundance Film Festival tonight so we can expect the reviews to roll out tomorrow. I’m keeping my fingers crossed for them to be all positive.
Here’s the new poster, some gifs and a behind the scenes shot in anticipation of it blowing up the internet tomorrow.
We are all larvae of worker ants hoping to hatch one day as a winged drone.
Some directors go in with a machine gun, shoot, like, 40 hours. I’m not wasting my fucking time. This is not random art. It’s about being in tune with the scene and finding it.
On the set of “The Shining” 
It’s literally everywhere, not to say everything.
I’m developing theories that are blowing my mind.