What matters most of all in life is being able to make contact with another human. If you can take that first step toward communication, toward understanding, toward love, then you are saved.
— Ingmar Bergman in a Playboy interview (via litafficionado)
I can’t see you, but I know you’re here. I feel it. You’ve been hanging around since I got here. I wish I could see your face. Just look into your eyes and tell you how good it is to be here. Just to touch something. See that’s cold; that feels good. Or to smoke. Have coffee. Or if you do it together, that’s fantastic. Or to draw. You know, you take a pencil and you make a dark line, then you make a light line and together it’s a good line. Or when your hands are cold and you rub them together. See that’s good, that feels good. There’s so many good things, but you’re not here. I’m here. I wish you were here. I wish you could talk to me.
— Der Himmel über Berlin(1987) dir. by Wim Wenders (via litafficionado)