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“ I wanted to do an album that was like Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite. So that in a thousand years from now, people would still be listening to it. Something that would live forever. I would like to see children and tennagers and parents and all races all over the world, hundreds and hundreds of years from now, still pulling out songs from that album and dissecting it. I want it to live”.

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silverathalos  asked:

what other movies would you recommend that fit into the 'there's something dangerous about the boredom of teenage girls' genre?

I became interested in the trope/genre over a year ago because all my favourite films fell into it, so there are many that i could recommend! I’ve seen almost all these films, but there are a couple that I’ve only watched parts of. I’ve bolded favourites, because some fit the trope very well but aren’t necessarily my favourite films. 

  • The Sisterhood of Night
  • Pretty Persuasion 
  • American Beauty
  • The Virgin Suicides
  • Palo Alto
  • Lolita (1997 and 1962)
  • Marie Antoinette
  • About Cherry
  • Hick
  • The Runaways
  • The Moth Diaries
  • Thirteen
  • Cruel Intentions
  • Carrie (2013 and 1976)
  • The Loved Ones 
  • Jawbreakers
  • Sugar and Spice
  • Heavenly Creatures
  • Spring Breakers
  • All Cheerleaders Die
  • Sleeping Beauty (2011)
  • Heathers
  • Stoker
  • Cracks
  • Nymphomaniac: (Vol. 1)
  • St. Trinian’s 
  • White Bird in a Blizzard
  • Drop Dead Gorgeous
  • Mean Girls
  • Painful Secrets
  • Girlhood
  • Ginger Snaps
  • Mini’s First Time
  • Little Birds
  • Hard Candy
  • The Coven
  • Violet and Daisy
  • Girl, Interrupted 
  • Fish Tank
  • The Bling Ring
  • The Amy Fisher Story
  • The Dreamers
  • Daydream Nation
  • Jeune et Jolie
  • Beautiful (2009)
  • Very Good Girls
  • Ginger and Rosa
  • Jennifer’s Body
  • John Tucker Must Die
  • White Oleander

This post by ammapreakers​ is what originally sparked my interest in the genre/trope in film, so Savs deserves a lot of credit for my list. Please be aware that there are endless triggers for almost every film on this list, so don’t be afraid to message me if you want more details.

They won’t tell you fairytales of how girls can be dangerous and still win. They will only tell you stories where girls are sweet and kind and reject all sin. I guess to them it’s a terrifying thought, a red riding hood who knew exactly what she was doing when she invited the wild in.
—  Nikita Gill