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Versailles gardens from above

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Daniel Radcliffe in polaroids.

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Jurassic Park

R.I.P. Richard Attenborough 
(August 29, 1923 – August 24, 2014)
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Winona Ryder & Johnny Depp, Cry Baby Premiere, 1990.

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1. Film noir: a genre of crime film or fiction characterised by cynicism, sexual motivation, fatalism, and moral ambiguity.

2. the colour black.


3. of or pertaining to film noir.

4. suggestive of danger or violence.

5. tough and bleakly pessimistic.

Etymology: from French noir, “black”; from Old French noir, neir; from Latin niger, nigrum.

[Mikael Bourgouin - Noir]

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Horror movies in other horror movies

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Great Mothers, 6300-5300 BCE

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