Julie is born as Julien. At 22, she decides she can’t keep existing this way, in a shell she can’t accept anymore, and decides to become what she always was: a woman. Locked in her appartment for months, she keeps social interaction to a minimum, working at home as a web designer and visiting her phychiatrist. When her doctor sees she’s starting to gain confidence, he encourages her to go out, and finally live as a woman.
In the outside world, she will meet people who’ll understand her, help her, or humiliate her… Though the culprits are not necesseraly the ones we’d think. Finally, she could only truly live happily by accepting who she really is.
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Kim Keever creates landscapes in a big fish tank, and then takes pictures of them with a large format photography chamber. The result: very painting-like, almost surreal landscapes. Really like his work!
Actual happiness always looks pretty squalid in comparison with the overcompensations for misery. And, of course, stability isn’t nearly so spectacular as instability. And being contented has none of the glamour of a good fight against misfortune, none of the picturesqueness of a struggle with temptation, or a fatal overthrow by passion or doubt. Happiness is never grand.
Marcel Gautherot was a French photographer, who, in the 1950s, documented the building of the city of Brasilia. A great sense of framing, absolute gorgeous contrasts make each of his shorts absolute work of arts, at the same time giving glory to architectural prowess’s.
Taken from the manual of my new rolleicord… They don’t make manuals like they used to!
Julianne Moore as “Famous Works of Art” by Peter Linderbergh - for Harper’s Bazaar
Seated Woman With Bent Knee by Egon Schiele, La Grande Odalisque by Ingres, Saint Praxidis by Vermeer, The Cripple by John Currin, Les danseuses by Edgar Degas, Madame X by John Singer, Girl with a Pearl Earring by Vermeer, Woman With a Fan by Modigliani, Man Crazy Nurse #3 by Richard Prince, Adele Bloch Bauer I by Gustav Klimt.