I want to marry, have kids. Travel the world. Buy a house. Have romantic holidays. Eat only ice cream for a day. Live abroad. Reach and maintain my ideal weight. Write a great novel. Stay in touch with old friends. I want to plant a tree. Make a delicious dinner from scratch. Feel completely successful. Go ice bathing, swim with dolphins. Have a birthday party, a proper one. Live to be a hundred. Stay married until I die. Send an exciting message in a bottle and get an equally interesting reply. Overcome all my fears and phobias. Lie watching the clouds all day. Have an old house full of knick-knacks. Run a full marathon. Read a book that’s so great I’ll remember the quotes from it all my life. Paint stunning pictures that show how I feel. Cover a wall with paintings and words close to my heart. Own all the seasons of my favourite shows. Attract attention to an important issue, make people listen to me. Go skydiving, skinny-dipping, fly a helicopter. Have a good job I look forward to every day. I want a romantic, unique proposal. Sleep beneath open skies. Hike on Besseggen, act in a film or a play at the National Theatre. Win a fortune in the lottery. Make useful everyday items. And be loved.

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“Movie directors, or should I say people who create things, are very greedy and they can never be satisfied… That’s why they can keep on working. I’ve been able to work for so long because I think next time, I’ll make something good.” —Akira Kurosawa

A document of exceptional historical value. Dear every screenwriter, read this: Akira Kurosawa & Masato Ide’s screenplay for Kagemusha.


Tim Roth by Glen Luchford.

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No artist tolerates reality.

Friedrich Nietzsche  (via mentalalchemy)

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Novels can—should—mirror the non-coherence of the world. Rarely do I relate when a writer utilizes narrative structure to force reconciliation. For me, truth cracks open in the places where things do not cohere. That’s how life is. Rupture and incoherence of parts, which stream into understanding. I guess my intention with the form—what I think the form can do—is stream what doesn’t fit into a frequency of some kind, not a plot of some kind.


d  = sqrt(pow(x,2)+pow(y,2)+pow(z,2));
nx = x/d;
ny = y/d;
nz = z/d;

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The Aizawa Attractor

ref. http://www.algosome.com/articles/aizawa-attractor-chaos.html


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