A lesson is repeated until it's learned
This is a blog about some things that I like.

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I remember when East to East first came out; we thought, on the one hand, amazing. But on the other hand, we were really pissed off because we were like: ‘why is the Dad like beating up the kids? They’re saying that all Asian dads beat kids.’ It’s a very natural instinct, because you don’t see other Asian Dads on TV. So one Asian Dad becomes the archetypal Asian dad.

Riz Ahmed | Race on screen [x]

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Elizabeth Olsen photographed by Fred Conrad for The New York Times.

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 “I learned to love myself, because I sleep with myself every night and I wake up with myself every morning, and if I don’t like myself, there’s no reason to even live the life. I love the way I look. I’m fine with it. And if my body changes, I’ll be fine with that.” - Gabourey Sidibe

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Mindy Kaling on the red carpet of the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Mindy Kaling on the red carpet of the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

So, tell me a little bit about the chemistry between you and Mr. Fassbender, who we’ll see in a couple of minutes. I mean, we see it on screen, it’s amazing, but are you friends in real life? Give us the low down.

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I think I’m more settled and more secure than I’ve probably ever been, and more confident and excited about the work choices that I make, so I feel my job isn’t to be a dancing monkey and entertain people on television, it’s to promote a piece of work I’m proud of. So I can’t really fail if I stick to honestly representing my work and trying to avoid talking very much about myself.

Carey Mulligan