- Yohji Yamamoto (via thebengalstripe)
(Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy)
May 23, 1957: Two suspects picked up at Grand Central Station and taken to 161 East 35th Street police station on this day had a .45 caliber automatic, a .38 Smith and Wesson, a pillow case, gloves, bullets, fake nose-and-glasses and adhesive tape confiscated from them. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times
“Hell Broke Luce” - Tom Waits
Directed By Matt Mahurin
Dec. 7, 1929: The text accompanying this photo read: “Thereby hangs a tale: A native in South Africa taking liberties with the king of beasts and living to tell.” Photo: The New York Times
A veteran reporter and his colleagues at an embattled news weekly challenge the drug cartels and corrupt local officials during a wave of unprecedented violence against journalists in Mexico.
This film is a co-production of Quiet Pictures, LLC and ITVS, with funding provided by The Ford Foundation, the Sundance Documentary Institute and Cinereach.
It is directed and produced by Bernardo Ruiz.