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Asya • 23-years-old • Russia
The Hunger Games | Once Upon a Time | Gossip Girl | Frozen | Homeland | Harry Potter | The 5th Wave | Supernatural | Sons of Anarchy | Witches of East End | Pacific Rim | Reign | The 100 | Vampire Academy | Rubinrot | The Scorpio Races | Angelfall | Gone Girl | Disney | Books | Figure Skating | Jennifer Lawrence | Leighton Meester | Garrett Hedlund | Chris & Liam Hemsworth | Miles Teller | Charlie Hunnam | Shailene Woodley | Emma Stone | Crystal Reed | Emmy Rossum | Chloe Moretz

kristenforthewin:

Kristen Stewart for Vanity Fair France

HQ Scans + translated interview

Natalie Dormer does The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

What happens when your country forgets you?

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hellyeahomeland:

Homeland meme → 5 scenes I could watch over and over again [4/5]
“‘You gave it up to me,’ Nick will say. ‘Completely.’ And she’ll know he’s right. But before that, Saul will say, ‘You’re throwing your life away,’ and she’ll say no: She’s just not giving it away. Saul is one thing only, and his love for Carrie comes out of the idea that they are the same. And he’s right. But because she’s giving up herself to something he can’t, it looks like they are not the same. It looks ugly to him. He fights it like an addict fights recovery, striking blindly at her softest places because he can’t stand the change in vector: Her madness is only acceptable as long as it’s useful; her self-abnegation is only positive so long as he can understand it.” —Jacob Clifton

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ankamina:

"I think we can agree that Carrie and Brody are united by their desire to be truthful while living lives dependent on constant deception; by their understanding of each other’s wartime trauma; by their belief that, for all their accomplishments, they are in some sense failures; and by their fundamental loneliness." - Vulture

It was really the most powerful scene I’ve ever seen in period dramas.