he’s human but he’s still part of the pack, right?
— yeah, of course.

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Like the city that nurtured my greed and my pride,
I stretched my arms into the sky
I cry Babel! Babel! Look at me now
Then the walls of my town, they come crumbling down

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Emilia Clarke for Flare Magazine (April 2014)

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My lady, has no one told you? Lannisters lie.

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Rust Cohle pick - up lines

True Detective (2014-)

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Golden Boy live chat

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Game of Thrones for Vanity Fair⎥ by Annie Leibovitz

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The closing scenes of each episode of True Detective, season 1.

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A STUDY ON COSTUME DESIGN ı Marie Antoinette (2006): costumes by Milena Canonero

"At the start of pre-production, Coppola handed Canonero a box of pastel-coloured macaroons from the Ladurée pastry house. “She told me, ‘These are the colours I love’,” recalls Canonero. “I used them as a palette. Sofia was clear about the colouration, but left the rest to me. We squeezed the essence of the period, without reproducing it. Even if you think you know a lot about it,” she argues, “you always have to look for a new angle. I simplified the very heavy look of the 18th century. I wanted it to be believable, but more stylized.”

“Sofia is a bit like me in that she is most interested in the feeling that a costume gives to the audience, so some of our work in Marie Antoinette is symbolic, some of it is stylish and some of it is psychological. There is always a reason for a particular texture or colourSofia wanted a richness and a freshness for Marie Antoinette and the clothes need to show her evolution from a very young girl to a sophisticated woman. You see through her dresses how she gains more confidence and even her décolletage becomes more emphasized.” - Milena Canonero

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