The events of Django Unchained begin in 1858. Dr. King Schultz says he quit dentistry 5 years ago to become a bounty hunter, but it isn’t mentioned why. The obvious answer, however, is that his wife, Paula, left him, and he was so devastated that he took up a profession he would never think about otherwise, the profession that would ultimately lead to his death in 1859. His former wife slowly realizes her mistake in leaving Dr. King, and after 6 years apart, seeks him out, only to find he’s been killed at the hands of Calvin Candie. Devastated, faulting herself, she never remarries, keeping her ex-husbands name, and finally dies, alone, in 1893, when she is buried in the Lonely Grave of Paula Schultz, the same grave Beatrix Kiddo will escape from more than 100 years later.
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visually stunning movies → pan’s labyrinth
I want to take this second to say that Barnes and Noble is having a sale: 50% off all Art House Classics. This includes all Criterion discs. If you are a Rewards member, you save an additional 10%. The sale lasts until November 19.
I say this because I bought PAN’S LABYRINTH on blu-ray this morning.
Let Go (2011)
Christmas is just around the corner, yeah?
I just want to say one word to you. Just one word.
SHUFFLE MEME → Jeff/Britta (asked by daphneflake)
Pumpkin Soup - Kate Nash
Oops, I think I’ve got too close
‘Cause now he’s telling me
I’m the girl that he likes most
Do you have to be depressed to write a sad song? Do you have to be in love to write a love song? Is a song better when it really happened to you? Like “Love Thing,” where did you write that and who was it about?