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Robert Pattinson and FKA twigs arrived at LAX on Monday afternoon, Sept. 26, 2016. They had been at the Symbiosis festival in Oakdale, California on Sunday, where twigs performed. They stopped for a coffee before boarding the plane in San Francisco, and the barrista said they were the “cutest couple ever,” and that Rob was very nice

From FaceBook, James Ramos:
OMG I just helped Robert Pattinson and FKA twigs. They’re the cutest couple ever. 

A festival goer also tweeted about seeing Rob enjoying himself at Symbiosis: 
Tiffany Grey @tiffvnygrey
met Robert Pattinson last night wandering around admiring the amazing art. such a gorgeous and talented human
1:06 PM - 26 Sep 2016

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Guess which film tops the list of “Must See” at the Playlist? The Lost City of Z, of course. Rob again displays his good taste in choosing scripts and his discernment in working with the most respected directors.

The 54th annual New York Film Festival kicks off this Friday and as usual, the stellar programming is a top-shelf selection of artful and intelligently-made cinema. As the festival begins this Friday, we decided to run down a list of 14 must-see movies for you New Yorkers dying to absorb more cinematic culture. 

The Lost City Of Z
Some 8-odd years in the making, James Gray follows up the intimate chamber drama, “The Immigrant,” with his most ambitious film to date. Based on the titular book by David Grann, “The Lost City Of Z” centers on a knowledge-thirsty English explorer who leaves the comfort of his family to travel to South America and look to discover a rumored lost city in the middle of the Amazonian jungle. Perilous and potentially foolhardy, the quest is heart of darkness journey down the rabbit hole of jungle of claustrophobia. Starring Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Sienna Miller, and shot once again by Darius Khondji, the epic-sounding ‘Lost City Of Z’ said to be influenced by David Lean and Francis Ford Coppola, is easily Gray’s biggest film to dates and widest in scope ever.

Gray uses genre as a Trojan horse to examine masculinity and family dysfunction so it will be interesting to see what Gray does with this “Apocalypse Now”-sounding picture. Additionally, Gray’s picture has the distinction of being the festival’s closing night film.

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“Ad un certo punto bisogna saper andar via. Io sono il tipo che vuol sempre restare fino all’ultimo, fino a che la festa non è finita, finché c’è vita c’è speranza, fino a che non mi dici chiaramente che è ora di andare. Invece dovrei imparare a sparire, a un certo punto, perché tanto alle persone piace sentire la mancanza di qualcuno, più della sua presenza. Fanno così: dicono che vorrebbero qualcuno che non se ne vada mai, poi lo trovano e sai a chi pensano? A chi non c’è.“

– Charles Bukowski.