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Die Großen und die Verdammten, von Gio

One of the funniest #Daria episodes. #ItHappenedOneNut

One of the funniest #Daria episodes. #ItHappenedOneNut

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frameweaver:

Lino Brocka. Drew this yesterday for the report we had about him today.

frameweaver:

Lino Brocka. Drew this yesterday for the report we had about him today.

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Isang munting #throwback kay Leona Florentino.

Isang munting #throwback kay Leona Florentino.

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Pagdaramdam

Sa gitna lamang ng pagkabagot

pumapasok ang mga tunay na bugso ng lungkot

tila isang bubog

na huli na nang madampian.

Naitatanim sa bawat salita

sa mga awayan, bangayan,

sakitan o kutyaan

at tutubo sa isipan 

ng minsan mo nang sinaktan.

At paghiga sa kama o sahig

ang tag-init ay kumukupas

sa malalamig na alaala.

Magigising na lamang

na sa hangin ay sumisipa,

sa kawalan nagkukumpisal

at sarili’y inaalipusta.

Marahil tinik ang pagsisisi

sa mga rosas na sandali

ngunit ang lahat ay mapapawi bigla

sa muli nating pagkikita

sa muli nating pag-uusap

matapos na tayong pareho

ay makaranas ng malubhang pagdaramdam

At marahil doon din natin napagtanto

na sa kabila ng lahat,

walang maaaring bumunot sa matalim na salita

kundi ang siyang mismong nagtaga.

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immox:

I will always reblog this whenever it appears in my dashboard.

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Lino Brocka’s MAYNILA SA MGA KUKO NG LIWANAG and Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s FOX AND HIS FRIENDS (both melodrama films released in 1975) both express the social conditions of their countries (Philippines and West Germany) through tales of men struggling for the ones they love. Fox and Julio are both working class men who venture to social spaces alien to them, submitted to systems unfair to them, until they themselves become exploited and proven unwelcome, and entitled to gruesome demise. What these films reveal historically is the social situation of West Germany and the Philippines (particularly its capital city) at an era of vast capitalism and neo-colonialism. Fassbinder himself articulates through his melodramas the neo-colonial condition of Germany’s West-side when the US was all over the place, ready to fuel the collapse of the communist East Germany. Brocka, on the other hand, is an outspoken activist who protested against the Marcos administration, and who also became an important figure of culture and the arts in the 1970s-1980s, the so-called “Second Golden Age of Philippine Cinema”. Brocka effectively used the melodrama genre to convey his political messages, and his political use of film reached a zenith when he finished the controversial ORAPRONOBIS (1989) - a film that proved the government hasn’t changed despite the removal of Martial rule.Their films here are crucial portraits of struggle that transcends beyond nations, proving that in the unjust system of capitalism and imperialism, all are harshly exploited for the benefit of the privileged few. (Gio Potes, 2014)

Lino Brocka’s MAYNILA SA MGA KUKO NG LIWANAG and Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s FOX AND HIS FRIENDS (both melodrama films released in 1975) both express the social conditions of their countries (Philippines and West Germany) through tales of men struggling for the ones they love. 

Fox and Julio are both working class men who venture to social spaces alien to them, submitted to systems unfair to them, until they themselves become exploited and proven unwelcome, and entitled to gruesome demise. 

What these films reveal historically is the social situation of West Germany and the Philippines (particularly its capital city) at an era of vast capitalism and neo-colonialism. Fassbinder himself articulates through his melodramas the neo-colonial condition of Germany’s West-side when the US was all over the place, ready to fuel the collapse of the communist East Germany. Brocka, on the other hand, is an outspoken activist who protested against the Marcos administration, and who also became an important figure of culture and the arts in the 1970s-1980s, the so-called “Second Golden Age of Philippine Cinema”. Brocka effectively used the melodrama genre to convey his political messages, and his political use of film reached a zenith when he finished the controversial ORAPRONOBIS (1989) - a film that proved the government hasn’t changed despite the removal of Martial rule.

Their films here are crucial portraits of struggle that transcends beyond nations, proving that in the unjust system of capitalism and imperialism, all are harshly exploited for the benefit of the privileged few. (Gio Potes, 2014)

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At this point I have a request for our fans. If any of you in any way hate homosexuals, people of different color, or women, please do this one favor for us — leave us the fuck alone! Don’t come to our shows and don’t buy our records. - Kurt Cobain (1992)

- (via fuckyeah1990s)

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reassurance:

Nowhere. Gregg Araki. 1997. France/USA.

reassurance:

Nowhere. Gregg Araki. 1997. France/USA.

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reassurance:

Faustrecht der Freiheit (Fox and His Friends). Rainer Werner Fassbinder. 1975. West Germany.

reassurance:

Faustrecht der Freiheit (Fox and His Friends). Rainer Werner Fassbinder. 1975. West Germany.

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