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David Bowie by Helmut Newton, 1983

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David Bowie by Helmut Newton, 1983

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santorinians:

Dear gif jesus.

all i want is wet kazuki in the tag.

wet, shirtless, wet and shirtless kazuki kitamura.

amen.

welcome 2 my terrible blog

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im crying over this character oh my god that fucking VOICE

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dumblanddotnet replied to your photoset

d00d i think ur spoilin ur pen

ya that canvas is like totally soaked bro

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reads interview three times over…. so interesting and he’s so honest….

and this comment on the facebook link to the interview:
"I’ve met many Japanese actors and musicians. Other Asian stars as well . I can honestly say i have never met anyone as funny, articulate, considerate and gracious. He signed all autographs, took any photo asked of him. Walked around with everyone having a drink. No pretense or attitude . He’s just a genuinely nice guy who cares about his art. Love him. Great interview.

GOD

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japanculturenyc:

I had the opportunity to interview Japanese actor Kazuki Kitamura when he was in New York last week for JAPAN CUTS, Japan Society’s tremendous film festival. Prior to the screening of Kitamura’s Neko Samurai, we chatted about the Japanese film industry, Quentin Tarantino, and working with cats. He was engaging, funny, and surprisingly candid about what it’s like to be an actor in Japan.
Please click the link to read the full Q&A:http://www.japanculture-nyc.com/2014/07/21/kazuki-kitamura/

an english interview!! thank you for posting!

japanculturenyc:

I had the opportunity to interview Japanese actor Kazuki Kitamura when he was in New York last week for JAPAN CUTS, Japan Society’s tremendous film festival. Prior to the screening of Kitamura’s Neko Samurai, we chatted about the Japanese film industry, Quentin Tarantino, and working with cats. He was engaging, funny, and surprisingly candid about what it’s like to be an actor in Japan.

Please click the link to read the full Q&A:
http://www.japanculture-nyc.com/2014/07/21/kazuki-kitamura/

an english interview!! thank you for posting!

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Kyle MacLachlan by Steven Meisel, 1995

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