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    Stingray City
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    Colour O’Clock
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    David Sylvian and Ryuichi Sakamoto - Forbidden Colours

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    Memories of Matsuko vs. Doctor Who: Doomsday

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    Salomè

    Salomè

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    Manchester Legends - Steven, Ian, Noel and Guy enjoy a cuppa
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    Photograph of Virginia Woolf with Thomas Stearns Eliot, by Ottoline Morrell at Garsington Manor, 1924

    Photograph of Virginia Woolf with Thomas Stearns Eliot, by Ottoline Morrell at Garsington Manor, 1924

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    Roma, via Ostiense

    Roma, via Ostiense

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    Sharon Celani, Lori Perry, Stevie Nicks, Sandy Stewart

    Sharon Celani, Lori Perry, Stevie Nicks, Sandy Stewart

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    "I just feel like all the sand is at the bottom of the hourglass or something."

    [Only Lovers Left Alive]

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    There is always sunshine after the storm by Pascal Campion

    There is always sunshine after the storm by Pascal Campion

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    Notre-Dame de Reims
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    David Grossman - The Art of Fiction No. 194

    • Grossman: Writing allows me to explore situations that are impossible for me to explore in my life. And yet they are very active parts in me. Emotionally I am an extreme person, and writing makes it possible for me to go on.
    • Jonathan Shainin: What do you mean by extreme?
    • Grossman: Intense, not afraid of extremity in other people, intrigued by the interior lives of other people, especially in the suppressed places. I’m always questioning what I observe. All the time I see the cracks, wherever I look—even before what happened to me. It’s a way of seeing, and I cannot say I chose it, but I surrendered to it quite happily because I think it’s an accurate view of the fragility of life. Anything that is calm and safe seems to me like an illusion.

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