Kirsten Dunst on the set of Marie Antoinette (2006), directed by Sofia Coppola. 

Though the years ahead would be heavy with dark events, and though she was quite human enough to be changed by the misfortunes that befell her, Lucrezia would mature and improve rather than harden with the years. If by the end of her life not a great deal would remain of the fun-loving child-bride she had been when first married, neither would she bear the slightest resemblance to the monstrous Lucrezia of legend. G.J. Meyer (x)

"Maybe it’s time for a new story."


 “To go north, you must journey south. To reach the west, you must go east. To go forward you must go back, and to touch the light you must pass beneath the shadow.”


I don’t need people skills. I am a prodigy.”

Léa Seydoux - Glamour Spain - March 2014

i like girls who look like they kill people for a living


the moon light is shown
i feel our walls are cracking
and were so close to fall


dear apollo, let her go

Léa Seydoux for Crash Magazine.

My first love
was some insignificant boy
when it should have been
She has a name already, volchitsa, my love, my terrible wolf. She is my death. And I love her abjectly, as a father must.


make me choose

rebekah mikaelson or caroline forbes requested by anonymous


Henry’s a perfectionist, I mean, really-really kind of inhuman — very brilliant, very erratic and enigmatic. He’s a stiff, cold person, Machiavellian, ascetic and he’s made himself what he is by sheer strength of will. His aspiration is to be this Platonic creature of pure rationality and that’s why he’s attracted to the Classics, and particularly to the Greeks — all those high, cold ideas of beauty and perfection.