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"It’s just the expectation that you were going to work with him again. I recently thought of an upcoming project: Oh, there’s … No, there isn’t River. It’s his uniqueness that is gone."  — Peter Weir  (d. The Mosquito Coast) on River and the loss to Cinema
(Weir explains the shot to Phoenix and screen brother Steele, on location Belize ‘86)

"It’s just the expectation that you were going to work with him again. I recently thought of an upcoming project: Oh, there’s … No, there isn’t River. It’s his uniqueness that is gone." Peter Weir  (d. The Mosquito Coast) on River and the loss to Cinema

(Weir explains the shot to Phoenix and screen brother Steele, on location Belize ‘86)

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listen to the sea with me  (production still - Phoenix & Zabriskie, My Own Private Idaho)

listen to the sea with me  (production still - Phoenix & Zabriskie, My Own Private Idaho)

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Riv dancing is apparently my gif theme right now haha <3

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and doing the freaky-deaky Karl-style

and doing the freaky-deaky Karl-style

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head-boppin&#8217; Birdlace-style

head-boppin’ Birdlace-style

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by request, the non-psychedelic version of 'Tame Yourself 91'

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I&#8217;ll have to eat it.

I’ll have to eat it.

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River has cute-as-hell armpit hair. Just sayin’  :-D

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come live with me Mikey - I&#8217;ll never ditch you

come live with me Mikey - I’ll never ditch you

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80’s Terms that deserve a comeback:   grinds, grindage  (meaning food — I might be the only person who still stays this and I’m officially lonely in my dorkitude haha) 

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"You can&#8217;t just wake up the next morning and be the character, so it&#8217;s a slow process. I start off by stripping myself of who I am, by thinking more neutral. You have to neutralize yourself before you can become another character. I become non-opinionated, refusing to think from River&#8217;s perspective, and then, slowly, I add characteristics and start thinking the way the character would, I fantasize about being the character and I play mind games with myself until the transition takes place."  &#8212; River describes his method

"You can’t just wake up the next morning and be the character, so it’s a slow process. I start off by stripping myself of who I am, by thinking more neutral. You have to neutralize yourself before you can become another character. I become non-opinionated, refusing to think from River’s perspective, and then, slowly, I add characteristics and start thinking the way the character would, I fantasize about being the character and I play mind games with myself until the transition takes place."  — River describes his method

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&lt;3 

<3 

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random Riverisms:  thoughtful self-soothing hair fussing