A Tale of Two Sisters
Motherfuckers, Marty McFly goes to the 2015!!!!! Not 2013. If I see a cosplayer, I will shame them into oblivion. Get that shit straight.
We need more movies about poor people. There. I said it. I, who has a Passion for Bergman and Haneke. I, who fantasizes about wealth, have criticized the film industry for their lack of inclusion of poor stories.
But here’s the thing. We don’t just need more movies about poor people. We need movies about poor people who feel joy. We need movies about poor people buying things the upper classes don’t think we deserve. We need movies about poor people who stay poor, who don’t unrealistically overcome their poverty to find themselves in that only desirable state, the state of wealth.
We need movies that show poor people having ordinary lives and not the lives culture has imagined we have. We need movies that love us as poor and doesn’t insist we transcend in a way the upper classes are not made to. We need movies that see us as people.
1. Lesbian sexiness
2. Images of Adrienne Barbeau en masse
3. Judgments of republicans
5. Armenian stories and lives
6. Survivor safe spaces
7. Education about my own privileges
8. An excuse not to do homework
10. That gif of Ingmar Bergman and Liv Ullman with the gun