heatherharper:

I love this film I took of my sister a while back. Maybe last summer? I love children in front of the camera; they’re so uninhibited and real.

The Grand Budapest Hotel

I think for Oberyn Martell, to get as close to his enemies as possible is nothing but advantageous. But the seduction of power, for anyone, is inevitably dangerous, no matter where a person’s “integrity” exists at the start. That’s the thrilling aspect of the show that keeps everyone on their toes. Because as fantastical as the world is, the characters are all written as human beings, flaws and all.

(Source: trenzalords)