These are hard times for dreamers.

Only the discoverer of Tutankhamen’s tomb
would know how she felt upon finding this treasure
hidden by a little boy 40 years ago.

(via enchantedfox)

Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001)
“Amélie suddenly has a strange feeling of complete harmony. It’s a perfect moment. Soft light, a scent in the air, the quiet murmur of the city, She breathes deeply. Life seems so simple and clear. A surge of love, an urge to help mankind suddenly engulfs her.”

“Times are hard for dreamers.”

Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001)

Days, months and years go by. In such a dead world, Amélie prefers to dream until she’s old enough to leave home.

(via stopdancinglikethat)

Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001)

Pages full of dud ID photos torn up and discarded by their owners, carefully reassembled by some oddball. Some family album!

Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain (2001)

I know the stranger in the pictures. He’s a ghost. He’s invisible, Mr. Quincampoix. He only appears when the film is developed. When a girl has her photo taken, he goes “Oooh!” in her ear, while he gently caresses her neck. That’s how he got caught, Mr. Quincampoix.
Amelie, 2001
Opaque  by  andbamnan