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mermaid-lice:

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therealbarbielifts:

purrbunny:

therealbarbielifts:

so this happened…

Aweh you look like an adorable lil anime princess! ♡

Hahaha ☺️ AWWW thanks Alyssa 😘
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yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
yourackdisciprine:

'Lolita' by Carlos Nunez
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pauvrepetit:

picked some lavender 
pauvrepetit:

picked some lavender 
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doelita:

K YES HI HELLO can i just super quickly talk about why this is the best line in the 1997 version of “lolita”??
throughout the entire film, humbert is blinded by his obsession with dolores, he doesn’t see the harm and pain he is causing her. he just doesn’t see it, he knows that he himself is a pedophile, but is so wrapped up in his own little world he doesn’t even see that he has caged the one he claims to love.
and finally, when he sees dolores after years apart, he finally understands that she never loved him. he broke her (to quote the book “He broke my heart. You merely broke my life.”) and really in his mind the only way he feels he can do right by her is to kill quilty, the man who “broke her heart”. and when he goes through with this act and the cops are following him, he gets out of his car, and sees a village below from the hill he is standing on, and he narrates this line. it is truly the first time in the entire film that he recognizes that dolores was just a child and no matter what he does he can never give her her childhood back, he smashed her into pieces and can never put them back together. he finally understands that he is to blame. he realizes that if he really loved her he wouldn’t have done what he did. you finally see some sort of empathy from humbert, the human beneath the self-obsorbed monster.