photo by Karim Sadli
The movie’s done and I still have no idea what I just watched. Eraserhead makes more sense than Twixt just did.
I am currently watching Twixt and I have yet to understand how this was directed by Francis Ford Coppola.
So far Val Kilmer (who plays a modern-day horror author) has had a conversation with Edgar Allan Poe about how to structure is new book and just met up with a goth kid named Flamingo who lives in a commune of like full-blown fetish goth kids by a lake. There was a montage of Val Kilmer attempting write the first line of his book while doing these really ridiculous impersonations. And Dakota Fanning’s sister has used her buck teeth to bite a chunk out of a lady’s arm.
I can’t tell if this is supposed to be funny or creepy, but so far it’s the most poorly-paced film I’ve ever seen.
#scales #nature #alligator
She also has muscular dystrophy and relies on an electric wheelchair…
A few months ago, she saw a casting call from clothing company Diesel. They were looking for young, hip models that represented a variety of cultural backgrounds. Mercado figured Why not? and sent in some pictures on a lark.
Soon after, she got an email asking for more pics because, “We are kind of interested in having you in the campaign.”
Along with 22 others, Mercado was chosen to be the face of Diesel in their next campaign and went in for a photo shoot with art director Nicola Formichetti. She didn’t know when that campaign was going to launch.
Then on Tuesday she woke up to find that she’d been tagged on Instagram by Formichetti…
And now her photo is splashed across Diesel’s homepage…
…and will soon be posted in all their stores.
As you can imagine, she is very excited…
You all have no idea how speechless I am right now…. Thank you for giving me a chance of a lifetime and believing in me. This is beyond everything. You guys that’s me!!
I think we can all agree she played her part perfectly and definitely deserves the spotlight.
It’s one of rock’s most theatrical concept albums ever, and now The Black Parade looks set to follow Green Day’s American Idiot in taking a new life on the stage.
“It’s defiantly my own interpretation (of the narrative),” she explains. “It’s a story about a young German woman named Helena during the tome of the Nazi occupation of Poland in the 1940s. Helena is so sheltered because her father is a high-ranking officer rising in the ranks, and she doesn’t really know all thetragedies of war. She happens to meet Ari, one of the Jews from the Warsaw ghetto, and it’s defiantly a Romeo and Juliet story. They attempt to run away together… and thats all I’m going to tell you so I don’t ruin the ending!”
The Black Parade, is set to make it’s debut in 2015.
who said goyim dont make nazi-jew love stories
I…. um. ok yeah
I no longer have faith in humanity.
Lord, take me now for there is nothing left for me here on earth.
Is THAT what the Black Parade is about?
I always hated that damn album and now I have more of a reason.
The Black Parade is actually about a terminal cancer patient looking back on his life but if these wankers wanna piss on the original storyline it’s w/e dude no one’s gonna see it anyways
Heavy sighs because this is a very, very loose interpretation of the black parade. Like the above commented said, it’s about a cancer patient, which I think can exceptionally be seen in “I don’t love you”. And this WWII interpretation seems… Almost trite in a way. I don’t want to judge it too early, but this seems like a really surface-level analysis of a symbol-filled album.
PLEASE STOP THIS PERSON. They just used “defiantly” instead of “definitely” TWICE in the description of the plot. That’s reason enough for it not to happen.