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LOST FILMS


Lost Films

When not a single copy of a film is known to exist in any archive, it is considered lost. An estimated 90% of all American silent films and 50% of American sound films made before 1950 are believed to have been lost, in part because early nitrate film was chemically unstable and prone to rapid decomposition. Early film was highly flammable too, and fires claimed more than a few archives. While many of Charlie Chaplin’s films survived, he sought to destroy his own A Woman of the Sea. Why? More… Discuss

 

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“Absence” B/W (My Photo Collection)


"Absence" B/W (My Photo Collection)

“Absence B/W” (My Photo Collection)

Absence_-_Oil Pastel Sketch (My Art Collection)


Absence_-_Oil Pastel Sketch (My Art Collection)

“Absence”_-_Oil Pastel Sketch (My Art Collection)

Absence (My Photo Collection)


Absence (My Photo Collection)

Absence (My Photo Collection)

Did I Said That? ♥ ♥ ♥


♥  “The greatest absence is the one between two people who regardless how well they know each other, have nothing to share, nor do they have any other connection than finding themselves in the same space, with nothing but boredom: Each minute of that can sink the largest ship under its weight.” ♥

Western Breithorn Author: Victor Troyanov

Western Breithorn Author: Victor Troyanov

I say: ‘There is no progress in the absence of sincere criticism: Appartenence dictates it!”


‘There is no progress in the absence of sincere criticism: Appartenence dictates it!
Self respect demands it!
There is no way around one’s conscience!

Salvatore Adamo – Tombe la neige


Tombe la neige
Tu ne viendras pas ce soir
Tombe la neige
Et mon cœur s´habille de noir
Ce soyeux cortège
Tout en larmes blanches
L´oiseau sur la branche
Pleure le sortilège

Tu ne viendras pas ce soir
Me crie mon désespoir
Mais tombe la neige
Impassible manège

Tombe la neige
Tu ne viendras pas ce soir
Tombe la neige
Tout est blanc de désespoir
Triste certitude
Le froid et l´absence
Cet odieux silence
Blanche solitude

Tu ne viendras pas ce soir
Me crie mon désespoir
Mais tombe la neige
Impassible manège                  (find more lyrics  Here)

Today’s Quotation: Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) on Violence is Powerlessness Manifested


All violence, all that is dreary and repels, is not power, but the absence of power.

Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) Discuss