KRISTEN STEWART // insp.
Maslany has to shoot some of her most challenging scenes opposite a tennis ball or a mark on a wall. “I can’t look down by an inch or else the eyeline’s off, and I’m looking at my nose, or I’ve put a glass of water through my face. It’s specific, technical things that I’m keeping track of. And that I have to be present the same way that I would be if there was an actor next to me. Except now I have to imagine the actor next to me.”
Happy 29th birthday, Tatiana Maslany! (September 22, 1985)
are you ever looking at weird stuff on the internet and ur paranoid its going to end up on facebook somehow because facebook is connected to like everything
When Siri is the only person who’s there for you, it kinda makes you realise being friended is not the same thing as having friends.
A Lithuanian Guard of Honor stands triumphantly beside the Three Crosses monument (Lithuanian: Trys kryžiai) in Vilnius after the city is returned to Lithuania. Following WWI, both Poland and Lithuania contested ownership of the city. On 9 October 1920, the Polish Army surreptitiously seized Vilnius during an operation known as Żeligowski’s Mutiny. However, the secret protocols of the Soviet-German Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact of 1939 had partitioned Lithuania and Poland into German and Soviet spheres of interest prior to the outbreak of war. On 19 September 1939, Vilnius was seized by the Soviet Union (which had invaded Poland on 17 September 1939). The Soviet Union and Lithuania concluded a mutual assistance treaty and on 28 October 1939, and Vilnius was given back to Lithuania. This was part of a larger plan by the Soviets, as unwitting Lithuania would be invaded, occupied and annexed by the Soviet Union on 21 July 1940. The original Three Crosses memorial would be blown up by the Soviet authorities in May 1950 to prevent the structure from being viewed by citizens with any nationalist reverence. Vilnius, Lithuania. October 1939.