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BE ANGRILY.

Altman’s Marlowe is a plausible outcast, a joke and a throwback to the real L.A. (it is a film full of actual locations and natural light), a man who should have a girl instead of a cat, and whose maleness is gently mocked by the naked ladies across the way (the little bitches turned into flower children). 

Altman’s Marlowe is a plausible outcast, a joke and a throwback to the real L.A. (it is a film full of actual locations and natural light), a man who should have a girl instead of a cat, and whose maleness is gently mocked by the naked ladies across the way (the little bitches turned into flower children). 

(Source: oldfilmsflicker, via piratetreasure)



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    I’ve always thought this guy was unbelievably attractive at any age.
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    gould, pure gould
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    man, marlowe is my nigga
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    The Long Goodbye (love it)
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    Elliott Gould as Philip Marlowe in Robert Altman’s The Long Goodbye 1973
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