Rough Trade Saint
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My great aunt introduced me to this film when I was about 13 or 14, which would have been about 3 years after it came out. I absolutely fell in love with it and it’s been a favorite of mine since then. I have been a music fanatic my whole life and I was lucky enough to be exposed to a wide variety of music at a young age from pop to metal to punk to jazz to classical.

My great aunt introduced me to this film when I was about 13 or 14, which would have been about 3 years after it came out. I absolutely fell in love with it and it’s been a favorite of mine since then. I have been a music fanatic my whole life and I was lucky enough to be exposed to a wide variety of music at a young age from pop to metal to punk to jazz to classical.

 
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  1. elrincondekaisermilan reblogged this from kevindrakewriter
  2. kevindrakewriter reblogged this from roughtradesaint and added:
    The film is a must see classic. It is ageless and magnificent to watch.
  3. osoart said: I remember my grandmother taking me to see this movie when I was very, very young. I didn’t care for it then. :)
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10:32 pm, by roughtradesaint,