maryhaines:

"The whole manner of Hepburn versus the relatively down-to-earth manner of Tracy and yet you sensed almost from the beginning that they would somehow get together, because of this contrast, because of the fact that there was something in each of them that saw something in the other and it developed. And sometimes it developed in odd ways, which is part of the charm and part of the fun." 

Rudy Behlmer

(via avasgal)

"She was more lonely than the caravan crossing the desert; she was infinitely more mysterious, moving by her own power and sustained by her own resources. The sea might give her death or some unexampled joy, and none would know of it."
- Virginia Woolf, The Voyage Out (via wuthering-soul)

(Source: fleurstains, via vintagesnowwhite)