ok sebastian, whatever you say 😶
dt for my tagged babies <3
cruel intentions | 1999
what are you gonna tell God now?
— 𝐽𝑢𝑙𝑖𝑒 𝐽𝑎𝑚𝑒𝑠
ac. enyasplaylist / for eli
@beckagherity becomes our #72 campaign to reach goal!! This one only had 4 days 😬 but this family has a way of showing up for one another!!..
If you want to join this movement and push us to #73 !!! Click the link in our bio and read the stories, a beautiful soul is waiting on you and your support.. thank you 😊
Love this guy!! I and all your adoring fans wish you a speedy recovery, @ryanphillippe! So happy to see you’re doing well after surgery. (Only RP could look that good & resilient after shoulder surgery.) 💪💙😎✌️ #ryanphillippe #IGstories
Right after the premiere of Xavier Dolan's fifth film, The Fader published an article called "The soundtrack to 'Mommy' is a music snob's worst nightmare". Music plays a central role in some of the most memorable scenes from Dolan's filmography. In Mommy, he included artists like Dido, Eiffel 65 or Simple Plan. 🎤🎤🎤
The director explained how this selection mirrors "the background and social strata that the characters come from". (...) "We went for that very normcore, fashionless era in history, the early 2000s". That also explains the intertextual reference to the teen-drama Cruel Intentions (1999), with 2000s sex icons Ryan Phillippe and Sara Michelle Gellar, through the Counting Crows' song "Colorblind". 👅👅👅 We're showing MOMMY tomorrow! Check our website for more info. LINK IN BIO
#xavierdolan #mommy #thefader #dido #soundtracks #eiffel65 #simpleplan #cruelintentions #ryanphillippe #sarahmichellegellar #colorblind #fimö #filmimalmö #hypnostheatre #gåpåbio