“if I ( my actual being ) am simply an impression of a mathematical equation, allow me to divide my value at each instance of time by zero, so my infinity can embrace you forever & ever.”—the nerdy love poem for smart girls by me, myself & Wolf189
“I had a dream. In fact, it was on the night I met you. In the dream, there was our world, and the world was dark because there weren’t any robins and the robins represented love. And for the longest time, there was this darkness. And all of a sudden, thousands of robins were set free and they flew down and brought this blinding light of love. And it seemed that love would make any difference, and it did. So, I guess it means that there is trouble until the robins come.”—Blue Velvet (1986) by David Lynch
Happy Birthday Andrei Arsenyevich Tarkovsky. (April 4, 1932–December 29, 1986)
Notable film director Ingmar Bergman said of Tarkovsky:
"Tarkovsky for me is the greatest [director], the one who invented a new language, true to the nature of film, as it captures life as a reflection, life as a dream."
1986 The Sacrifice (as Andrei Tarkovskij) 1983 Nostalghia (as Andrey Tarkovsky) 1983 Voyage in Time (TV documentary) 1979 Stalker 1975 The Mirror 1972 Solaris 1966 Andrei Rublev 1962 Ivan’s Childhood 1961 The Steamroller and the Violin 1959 There Will Be No Leave Today (short) (as A. Tarkovsky) 1956 Ubiytsy (short) (as A. Tarkovsky)