The prisoner defiantly stares down Heinrich Himmler, Hitler’s right-hand-man, who was responsible for the Holocaust. Greasley’s confrontation with Himmler took place during an inspection of the camp he was confined to. The inmates were ordered to remain seated, but Greasley refused. Horace Greasley also escaped the death camp, but sneaked back in to rescue a German woman whom he had fallen in love with.
this is amazing
Wait it gets better, he escaped from the camp 200 times to meet with the woman he was in love with and returned after every time because there was no other place to go to. He also wrote an autobiography omfg this dude is seriously awesome
why hasnt this got more notes, seriously this guy was in a concerntration camp and all you guys reblog is fluffy chickens
“She is by far the most committed, dedicated, focused actor i have ever worked with. a year before we started making the movie, on her own dime for 365 days she trained for eight hours, swam a mile a day, learned ballet, became a prima ballerina, and then when we shot, every single day she was in every single scene in every shot, and she shared her heart, soul and spirit with me and with the world.”
- Darren Aronofsky on working with Natalie Portman for Black Swan.
Misery Loves Company
Genre: Romance / Horror / Thriller
Pairing(s): Unrequited Faberry / Quinntana / Fuinn
Rating: M (hard M for gore, violence and character death)
Inspired by Stephen King’s Misery.
Best selling Author Quinn Fabray is on a writing retreat at her cabin in the remote town of Silver Creek Colorado. Between sharing goodbyes with her mistress and being rushed to leave by her husband, Quinn makes the mistake of leaving during a freak blizzard. One manuscript and a car crash later, she wakes up to find herself in the home of her biggest fan.
Warning: Character death.