A Place To Hide My Heart
A Place To Hide My Heart
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creepypepe:

Julien Donkey-Boy, Harmony Korine 1999
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la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
la-filmotheque:

julien donkey-boy by harmony korine - 1999
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tokyoghosts:

Girls, Harajuku, Tokyo by fabiolug on Flickr.
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banal-echo-gee:

From the documentary I Think We’re Alone Now, that follows the life of two fans obssessed with 80’s singer Tiffany.
The one in the picture is Jeff Turner, a man in his fifties that has asperger syndrome, and has stalked Tiffany. He believes that he has a spiritual connection with Tiffany (using a self-made device powered by crystals to facilitate his contact with her) and that they are in a intimate relationship. He was never able to have a girlfriend for very long, to which he credits Tiffany’s time-traveling abilites that allows her to go back in time and manipulate things in order to cause break ups that saves him from doomed romantic relationships.
There is also Kelly, a hermaphrodite that has Tiffany as her motivating force and believes that it’s her destiny to have a relationship to her.
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girlsofthe80s:

Heather Graham in License to Drive, 1988
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hardtobeasaintinthecity:

Baby J Mascis and Lou Barlow in Deep Wound, their high school hardcore band.