|Professional Bunburyist // 11 January 2044|
last edited 11 January 2044, 4:06 pm EST
240-year-old Fiona Marwick for Prime Minister of Britannia in 2164!2160: With the success of lifex (life extension) and biohancing treatments as far back as the late 2020s, you're sure to have many people like Britannian resident Fiona Marwick, photographed here in the summer of 2164, just days before her 240th birthday.
Oh, I feel there will be a sea of "Cranberries".
GONCHAROV (1973), directed by Martin Scorsese, is a darkly cynical and satirical exploration of the mafia and organized crime. Set primarily in southern Italy, the story focuses on the lives of Andrey and Goncharov, two men thrust into conflict as Italian and Russian organized crime clash, Katya the woman they both love and the deeper feelings all three have for each other. Long considered a flop, the heavy homoerotic undertones has helped find it new life in the age of streaming, with its closing “It’s Goncharovin’ time” scene in which the protagonists share one last moment before violence erupts now seen as a new cinema classic. In recent interviews, actress Lynda Carter has expressed deep regrets about having turned down the role of Katya
(Tumblr has decided to go full kayfabe and collectively invent a fictional gangster movie and honestly, some of the ideas they've had are pretty damn interesting. Massaged some details to try and make a more comprehensible plot)