... you can learn from:
Personal Shopper (2016)
Maureen: I mean there are invisible... presences... around us. Always. I mean whether or not they're the souls of the dead, I don't know, but... You know when you're a medium you just are attuned to some sort of... vibe.
Ingo: What do you mean by- by vibe?
Maureen: It's an intuition thing; it's a feeling. You... You see this door... That's only like slightly, ajar.
An actor I always want to talk more about but never find the time to is the great German actor Lars Eidinger, who's been in so many things over the past dozen years that I've been a fan of -- besides the above-mentioned one he's also got a vital role in Olivier Assasyas' Clouds of Sils Maria; he was on both Sense8 and Babylon Berlin (!!!) and in Claire Denis' sci-fi wackery High Life; then in just the past few months he had a lovely turn opposite Eva Green in Alice Winocour's lovely lady astronaut flick Proxima. He's really become somebody I perk up at whenever he shows up on-screen...
... oh and I'm absolutely dyyyyying to see My Little Sister, the Swiss film starring him and the queen Nina Hoss that's currently playing virtually, but haven't gotten around to it yet. You can already tell that Eidinger is one of the greats. All we need is one great fearless director (somebody like Lars von Trier or Nicolas Winding Refn maybe?) to give him a great fearless role, because he's also...
... you see what I mean? You see what I mean. Anyway today is Lars' 45th birthday and I have this big folder on my computer of Lars Photos that I haven't found an excuse to post before, so what better time than the present? Hit the jump, it's a little NSFW but also totally worth losing your job over, believe me...
Those photos are quite somethin'... 😏 Got kinda creeped up by a few of 'em 😜 Anyways, never heard of Personal Shopper (2016). I do like Kristen Stewart so, watched the trailer. Still unsure if I should watch it. 😉
YES... huge fan since Alle Anderen... hope you have the chance to catch him on stage in the future, monumental actor (and easy on the eyes too)
The short human paintbrush thing was a ... 4-day-action painting meant as a concert intro for German band 'Deichkind' - themselves no strangers to indulging in a bit of whack, obviously. Check out their video clips, maybe starting with 'Richtig Gutes Zeug' for more Lars. Then 2020 happened. So, no concerts. The painting is to be sold now to fund the band's crew and staff... That's how culture rolls midpandemic, it seems.
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