“Jane Austen’s own critique of her the book was that she felt it was too lighthearted. She felt the relationship between Jane and Elizabeth wasn’t realistic enough. We took heed of her comments and tried to bring to the movie a realism that perhaps isn’t so much in the book, bringing out the idea that these sisters are two girls who have lived with each other and slept in the same bed for so many years now. They have annoyances and such, but they love each other and stand by each other, enjoying each other and sharing each other’s pain.”
“Buying books is immensely comforting. Maybe I won’t read them immediately, but they make me feel so much better whenever I’m sad and blue. Just their presence, it’s like having more to look forward to.”
— Unknown (via the-healing-nest)
Oh what’s that, Funnel Cake? Sure I’d love to go the Homecoming game with you. The visitor’s side? That sounds just perfect
do not fix your dark circles let the world know youre tired of its shit and ready to kill a man
Realistic Disney Characters by Jirka Väätäinen
this makes me so happy.
Anthony Michael Hall and Molly Ringwald playing with a puppy during a break in location shooting of The Breakfast Club.