lowkey joke headcanon but highkey not really??

but imagine ellie being literally insta famous im crying. i’ve talked about how i headcanon ellie being a very fashion/make-up savvy girl, so i imagined her instagram being filled with just selfies and of her grunge af clothes/make-up/clothes. 

like imagine her putting grunge quotes under every selfie and having to dodge f*ckboys and piotr having to take away her phone because he’s worried about her using her phone too much

Worked on this painting in between projects for a few weeks. Inspired by The Last of Us (and the terrifying Cordyceps…)

Ten Iranian Films You Must See

By Rend, Co-Editor

Translated from Farsi by Alma, Co-Editor  

A little while ago, when Majid Majidi’s film Baran (‘rain’) was selected by Screen publications as the best Iranian film, I asked myself who chose these films. It must have been who hadn’t seen a large enough amount of good Iranian movies.

Seeing as the artwork of a country is an important part of its culture, I delegated myself as an amateur knower of films and as a native Iranian and prepared for you a list of the works of Iranian directors that shine in our name, that I strongly suggest you find a way to watch.

Note: These films are, for the most part, available with English subtitles on Youtube. 

1) A Separation (Asghar Farhadi)

2) About Elly (Asghar Farhadi)

3) Children of Heaven (Majid Majidi)

4) Le Passé (Asghar Farhadi)

5) Beautiful City (Asghar Farhadi)

6) The Lizard (Kamal Tabrizi)

7) Low Heights (Ebrahim Hatamikia)

8) Glass Agency (Ebrahim Hatamikia)

9) Fireworks Wednesday (Asghar Farhadi)

10) Downpour (Bahram Beyzaie)

  • me reading bad history about a period that isn't my specialization:ok....... this is bullshit..... but i'm gonna keep reading
  • me reading bad history about a period that is my specialization:you come into my HOUSE and insult my CHILDREN

“A bitter ending is better than an endless bitterness.”

About Elly (dir. Asghar Farhadi, 2009)

One of the best film I’ve watched in a very long time. Farhadi’s control over his script is praiseworthy and allows him to build a constant state of tension and confusion until the very last shot of the film. And what a great cast too.