the birds are asleep

Screenshots'n shit.

Queen Regent Cersei Lannister with her son Prince Tommen on the Iron Throne during the Blackwater Battle with Essence of Nightshade in her hand, waiting for King Stannis’ Army to take the city, prepared for the worst.

“The wolves will come again,” said Jojen solemnly.
“And how would you being knowing, boy?”
“I dreamed it.”

(via shitstarkssay)

Darren Aronofsky’s Noah (2014) not only refers to the tragedies and destruction of nature caused by the greed of mankind - companies and politicians - and tell those who have eyes to see: “it had happened before, it will happen again” but he also shows another perspective as he always does, the humanly doubt of Noah about making the decision to bring an end to an era. One of his best works and one of the best films made in the last couple of years. A must see for everyone.

NOAH is a(nother) masterpiece of the director Darren Aronofsky, a yearning embrace for The Fountain fans, a very manly, lonely and empathetic perspective to the narrative of Noah’s Ark, a present for those who are sick of the greed of mankind, never stopping exploit the planet. 

And it has Emma Watson.

- What do we say to the God of Death?
- Not today.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.

D’you remember the cave?

Oh my sweet summer child…