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Every person is a new door to a different world.
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daughterofsatan:

                              NISEKOI
daughterofsatan:

                              NISEKOI
daughterofsatan:

                              NISEKOI
daughterofsatan:

                              NISEKOI
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whisper-s-of-the-heart:


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grolia:

Screentone-sticking with Hori-senpai—- oh.
grolia:

Screentone-sticking with Hori-senpai—- oh.
grolia:

Screentone-sticking with Hori-senpai—- oh.
grolia:

Screentone-sticking with Hori-senpai—- oh.
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unevenlife:

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"

音声を海人々心の中に静かなことができ、
Your voice could calm the ocean in peoples minds,

が、ストーム鉱山の原因となります。
But would cause a storm in mine.

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(via amatsuk-i)
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おやすみ | @ | pixiv
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Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren BeatyScreenplay: David Newman, Robert BentonCinematography: Burnett Guffey
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[TOP 100 MOVIES]
A film by Arthur PennBonnie and Clyde (1967)
Producer: Tatira Hiller, Warner Bros, Warren BeatyScreenplay: David Newman, Robert BentonCinematography: Burnett Guffey
"They’re young, they’re in love and they kill people." was the effective publicity line of this most stylish and uncompromising of gangster pictures based on a true story. In this film, the bank robbers are portrayed as heroic and romantic-star-crosses-lovers caught up in a whirl of violence and passion, meticulously evoked by posed photographes in sepia. The black comedy moves inevitably toward the much imitated ending in slow motion-the pair die in a hail of bullets.
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