PHOTOGRPHICALLY SPEAKING

Nicole Fornario | A writer/director, sometimes photographer, always traveler from New York

wednesdaydreams:

Don’t come back. Don’t think about us. Don’t look back. Don’t write. Don’t give in to nostalgia. Forget us all. If you do and you come back, don’t come see me. I won’t let you in my house. Understand? Whatever you end up doing, love it. The way you loved the projection booth when you were a little squirt.

Cinema Paradiso (1988), Giuseppe Tornatore

(via you-refromanothertime)

I’m willing to let your child wither and die inside you if that’s what’s required.

(Source: pulpflction, via cinemastatic)

superpowerunicorn:

I think my biggest challenge is that a lot of the time, people see you as only one thing. It’s not their fault, because you know someone from what you know them from. But I don’t consider myself a comedian; I consider myself an actor who does comedy…and also drama. I’ve done dramatic roles—I really love them and hope to do a lot more.

superpowerunicorn:

I think my biggest challenge is that a lot of the time, people see you as only one thing. It’s not their fault, because you know someone from what you know them from. But I don’t consider myself a comedian; I consider myself an actor who does comedy…and also drama. I’ve done dramatic roles—I really love them and hope to do a lot more.

(via kattnippxo)