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(Philip Seymour Hoffman photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin for The New York Times)

r soe

inothernews:

(Philip Seymour Hoffman photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin for The New York Times)

r soe



Sooo I haven’t been around much, and I’m going to be around even less because I’m going to be 9 months working on a cruise, so be good, good luck, and see you soon unless my ship end up being the Titanic III (never forget Titanic II).




I need your full names for the license.




This scene just hit me, like, when Cosima asked why she was here, Delphine seems like she’s trying to say “I came for you”, “I’m sorry”, or “I care about you” something like that, but she doesn’t. She stops, because she knows Cosima. Cosima gets her and she gets Cosima. She’s a skeptic. She’s a scientist. She needs proofs. Words can’t convince her anymore. Cosima believed her when her logic and reasons screamed don’t. She believed Delphine was on her side. She wanted to trust her and Delphine let her down. So, she stops and says Leekie is a liar. She says Cosima can prove it. She helps her and be there for her because she wants Cosima. She’s really on her side and she will prove that. So that later when she says what she couldn’t say this time, Cosima would believer her.



Turns out that lonely people are all the same.H A P P Y   T O G E T H E R ( 春光乍泄 ) | #25/250

Turns out that lonely people are all the same.
H A P P Y   T O G E T H E R ( 春光乍泄 ) | #25/250