jemimakay:

"I’ve taken the experience with me, for sure," he reflects of the 10 days he spent in Bangladesh. "I think that as much as anything, I was just so inspired by the spirit of the people there. It’s a very dire situation, but what I took away was their resilience as much as any kind of straight catastrophic thinking.

MCH, Bangladesh

The Daily Star, April 2014

jemimakay:

Whoa, Michael! :O))

More Stills from COLD IN JULY. Amazing photography.

jemimakay:

Dunno what you’re doing Dex, but I’ll take it. :D

jemimakay:

Dunno what you’re doing Dex, but I’ll take it. :D

findus:

Sometimes it´s good to be reminded of your own name.
Especially in the morning  :O))

findus:

Sometimes it´s good to be reminded of your own name.

Especially in the morning  :O))

jemimakay:

“If you look at his television work, you could think he was strange and dark to be attracted to those roles. But once you watch him, you realize it’s a measure of his intelligence and compassion. He’s just a very understanding person, and he shows such an ease in playing an extreme point of view. We wanted someone who could be lightning-quick and deep and dark, but not feel the need to push those things” ~ Will Eno, director, The Realistic Joneses

jemimakay:

“If you look at his television work, you could think he was strange and dark to be attracted to those roles. But once you watch him, you realize it’s a measure of his intelligence and compassion. He’s just a very understanding person, and he shows such an ease in playing an extreme point of view. We wanted someone who could be lightning-quick and deep and dark, but not feel the need to push those things” ~ Will Eno, director, The Realistic Joneses

(Source: data-61)

confessions123midi:

2014; dir. Jim Mickle

confessions123midi:

2014; dir. Jim Mickle

jemimakay:

New haircut? :O

broadwayphotos:

Liev Schreiber and Michael C. Hall in the Public Theater’s Cymbeline (1998).

broadwayphotos:

Liev Schreiber and Michael C. Hall in the Public Theater’s Cymbeline (1998).

findus:

Found some new stills from “Cold ín July”

source for the unedited pictures