that is great, not only are you going to see better

My sister told me she was going to have her eyelids done. She wanted to see better. She felt the shades where halfway down with our family inherited droopy eyelids. I wrote her back saying, “that is great, not only are you going to see better, you are going to see more.“ I haven’t heard from her. I don’t know if she is going to laugh or stop talking to me again. By: Eugenio Zorrilla Continue reading that is great, not only are you going to see better

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Anyway, he finally wakes up from all the cold and asks, “What happened honey.”

The Night Dancer By: Saloni Bhatnagar Almere Stad, Netherlands Fuck these hot flashes! I was peacefully sleeping in my bed when suddenly I realized there was sweat under my bosom. I never sweat – I used to tell this to my husband who is snoring peacefully beside me, just because he doesn’t have ovaries, he doesn’t have to bleed every month and the literally lying piece of shit would never know what it feels like to have that egg producing power taken away. I twist and turn like a dancer showing off her moves, and think why can’t I do this … Continue reading Anyway, he finally wakes up from all the cold and asks, “What happened honey.”

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She had taken a loan from her cousin to buy white fabric and needles and thread

Magic Happens By: Saloni Bhatnagar From: Almere Stad, Netherlands “Sweetheart, you should lie down for some time and rest”, Richard said. Maria and Richard had been married for 5 years now, which was against all the odds, for he was almost 10 years younger than her. Even Maria never thought it was possible at first yet there he was, helping her in every way. While Maria lay in bed, she couldn’t help but think of her life so far. Maria left her parents’ house when she was just 17 and pregnant. She left with the guy she thought she loved and … Continue reading She had taken a loan from her cousin to buy white fabric and needles and thread

The Illusionist – Full Movie

Set in early 1900s Vienna, illusionist extraordinaire Eisenheim (Edward Norton, “American History X”) falls for an aristocrat (Jessica Biel, “Total Recall”) well above his social standing. The master magician employs his powers to win her love and his daring scheme creates tumult within the monarchy and ignites the suspicion of Chief Inspector Uhl (Paul Giamatti, “Sideways”). It is based loosely on Steven Millhauser’s short story “Eisenheim the Illusionist“. The film tells the story of Eisenheim, a magician in turn-of-the-century Vienna, who reunites with his childhood love, a woman far above his social standing. The film also depicts a fictionalized version of the Mayerling incident. In … Continue reading The Illusionist – Full Movie

In A Lonely Place (1950) – Ending Scene (3/3)

When he gets home, Dix checks up on Laurel. He finds she is an aspiring actress with only a few low-budget films to her credit. They begin to fall in love and, with Laurel assisting him, Dix finds new energy and goes back to work with enthusiasm, much to his agent’s delight. Dix remains notoriously erratic, however; sometimes he behaves strangely. He says things that make his agent Mel and Brub’s wife Sylvia (Jeff Donnell) wonder if he did kill the girl. Lochner sows seeds of doubt in Laurel’s mind, pointing out Dix’s long record of violent behavior. When he … Continue reading In A Lonely Place (1950) – Ending Scene (3/3)

In A Lonely Place (1950) – Police Station Scene (1/3)

In a Lonely Place is a 1950 American film noir directed by Nicholas Ray[2] and starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame, produced for Bogart’s Santana Productions. The script was written by Andrew P. Solt from Edmund North’s adaptation of Dorothy B. Hughes‘ 1947 novel of the same name.[3] Bogart stars as Dixon Steele, a deranged and troubled screenwriter suspected of murder, and Grahame co-stars as Laurel Gray, a neighbor who falls under his spell. Beyond its surface plot of confused identity and tormented love, the story is a mordant comment on Hollywood mores and the pitfalls of celebrity and near-celebrity, similar to two other American films released that same year, Billy Wilder‘s Sunset Boulevard and Joseph L. Mankiewicz‘s All … Continue reading In A Lonely Place (1950) – Police Station Scene (1/3)