If you were online, especially on Tumblr, over the weekend of November 18-20, Goncharov (1973)).widely considered Martin ScorseseA lost classic of mafia movies, it was released in 1973 but was suppressed in the state for various reasons. Or it was never released. or, another timeline, Goncharov Winner of numerous awards and already Criteria collectionEveryone agrees that this is all true.
Sincerely, Goncharov (1973) A completely fictional movie (if you haven’t already guessed it). What happened on Tumblr in just a few days is nothing but an exquisite corpse of collective unreality, all started by fake movie posters created by Tumblr users. beelzebub, based on a photograph of a counterfeit merchandising boot. Beelzeebub, a full-time artist living in the Czech Republic, spoke to io9 by phone last night and said the response was “great but very underwhelming.”
Original post by a user, truffle mushroom The Tumblr user turned 2 years old after Beelzeebub posted his fan art on November 18th. Goncharov (1973) And began to engage in mass myth-making. Within days, the movie had a huge fan base, an ever-expanding cast, multiple plot lines that many users generally agreed with, gifsets, fan art, universal themes and visuals, and even A pseudo-essay by an invented scholar has been published. In a surreal journal. The easiest way to understand what’s going on is #goncharov Tag on tumblr.
The energy, mass, and completely unbridled enthusiasm with which Tumblr wholeheartedly embraced this “lost Scorsese movie” is an inspiring example of collective storytelling and spontaneous fandom generation inspired by the community itself. . essentially, Goncharov (1973) It’s a game, not a movie. Only Tumblr knows the rules. Goncharov (1973) It’s a rule of Tumblr itself.
What is Goncharov (1973) about?
Plot details for Goncharov (1973) Mercury, you guessed it.most people would agree Goncharov (1973) It’s about a group of Russian gangsters living in Naples. What is absolutely right is Goncharov (1973) Robert De Niro as Los Straniello/Goncharov, Harvey Keitel as Andrei (or Andrei) “The Banker” Dadano, and Cybill Shepherd as Katya Michailov. Al Pacino stars as Mario Ambrosini and Gene Hackman stars as Joseph “Ice Pick Joe” Morelli.
All of these characters were created by Beelzebub, who illustrated and named them, and also revealed (on the poster) that the film was written by Matteo JWHJ 0715 and directed by Martin Scorsese.these are the only truths Goncharov (1973), but still people like to imagine that it was actually directed by Matteo JWHJ 0715 and not by Martin Scorsese, but that’s a matter of fandom. There is also a second female lead, Sophia, played by Sophia Loren, but she was added to Fanon after the poster was produced. There is no other canon than that. People can do whatever they want.”
Beelzeebub was inspired to create the character and the poster because he thought, ‘Maybe 10 Mutuals would love it. They have made fake movie posters before. GomorrahBeelzeebub is naturally a huge Scorsese fan, saying that while he was “shocked” by the reaction, he enjoyed watching it all happen.
The fandom seems to agree that Goncharov is some kind of Russian mobster who came to Naples with his wife Katya. Goncharov and Andrei (and sometimes Goncharov and Mario too) have latent homosexual tension stemming from anxiety about time and legacy. Katya and Sophia do their best to stay under the radar and explore their own personalities while dealing with many forbidden fruit tropes and the idea of women as the originators of sin. You can see the work influencing these ideas. Much of this is debatable.
how do i play Goncharov (1973)?
The game is easy to understand.you’re roleplaying someone you’ve seen Goncharov (1973), a Tumblr post about Scorsese’s lost masterpiece. Whether you’re creating a fan art, a GIF set, or a thread about the movie, you can add and post to your movie visual dictionary. costume designYou can be involved in direct movie development/scene creation.An example is power bottom bruce springsteen‘s short message:
“Of course we are in love. That’s why I tried to shoot you.” 😵💫😵💫😵💫”
It then spurred cascading reactions and world building, culminating in stardust swordresponse of;
“This, and the last time Andrei killed Goncharov… Andrei didn’t miss it.”
can also play Goncharov (1973) By posting memes, applying a common format to movies, and adding community understanding of reactions to movies emulating fandom. and scene building.Posted by OT3 hannycat922 is a good example.
In addition, you can post meta-responses about movies, move around and play around. Goncharov Enter the real world from and firmly establish yourself in the uncanny valley of a sort of unreality.so you can post bits like mine and play Goncharov As well as the post “I don’t have time to go crazy with Goncharov again. I haven’t seen him in college 10 years ago. He was mentally unstable for three semesters.” fake Letterboxd review, newspaper clippingsand excerpts of pseudo-academic papers and essays.
this is where people like Wondersmith and Sons I am writing a post that starts with “”chapter. 5.2: Roman soldiers or Danes? Goncharov (1973) and the framework of postmodernismending with “—Francine Rubek, Violent Joy, Violent End: On a Strange Reading of Male Tragedy (2003, Oxford University Press)” here too Clementine KeshWrites beginning with “Excerpt from” Haunted by Stories: Fiction at the End of the Early Internet Age, by H. Ma and T. O’Neill. Published in Journal of Digital Archeology, Issue 43, pp. 87-93, May 2094. (Also, this mailbox, by loverboygf, made me laugh. )
It must be noted that there is already fanfiction of Goncharov (1973), people are rewriting movies that were never made. Overnight, the fake movie poster inspired over 300 fanfictions. Archive of Our Own operates outside of Tumblr, but the two communities are intricately connected. Submitting to AO3 is another way to play the game seriously and consciously. Goncharov (1973).
I believe there are other modes of gameplay. You can’t catalog them all. However, most posts seem to fit into one or more of these three categories.All users playing regardless of taxonomy Goncharov (1973) It applies the generally accepted aesthetics and community of Tumblr culture to your social media site in a completely unique way. There are no rules beyond Tumblr’s unspoken rules. Tumblr is generally pretty flexible at first.
why do people care Goncharov (1973)?
Indeed, a treatise will be written about this whole thing Goncharov (1973) It’s a phenomenon, but there seem to be several main reasons why the game has become so popular on Tumblr. When one user jokingly posted on knockoff boots, “This idiot has never seen Goncharov,” everyone accepted it. People are part of the Tumblr culture, and as people continued to add to this faux cinematic mythology, we’ve added our favorite parts of the fandom while maintaining Tumblr’s cultural fad-influenced representation. After all, playfulness, enthusiasm and fandom are the core tenets of Tumblr’s user base.
Another reason people went crazy Goncharov (1973) Because Scorsese has a unique aesthetic, especially when it comes to mafia movies, a ton of work, and a cast of actors he’s worked with consistently.So, in addition to the fact that it was fun To create a fake 70s Scorsese movie, EasyThemes, ideas and pillars, even as details move throughout the site Goncharov (1973) Because of the established archetypes, motivations, and community understanding of the genre Tumblr users are working with, and users’ understanding of Scorsese’s own (real life) film, it remained the same.
Goncharov (1973) It’s also new, shiny, and ultimately incredibly low-stakes fandom. For real Therefore, everyone is right and no one has a unilateral say in what is true and what is not true. It takes the subjectivity of interpretation and goes a step further, creating subjective texts and bypassing the media to get it right for critical analysis and the community.
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There is a deep sense of both playfulness and absurdity within Tumblr culture. Creating the entire film and its history within the output of American cinema is down to a single fan art created as a joke after a misprinted shoe promoting the film went semi-viral two years ago. Based on that, it should feel weirder than it actually is. But for Tumblr, this isn’t just weird. Goncharov (1973) is a native Tumblr game that can only be played on Tumblr. It’s an expressive culmination of fandom culture, analysis, and an incredible celebration of the creativity at the heart of the social media site.the importance of Goncharov (1973) It’s not canon. That’s how you do it.
If you have an old Tumblr account, now might be the perfect time to clean it up and dive in. Between Twitter leaks and unreality Goncharov (1973) We’ve completely conquered the site and nothing puts you in a more collaborative social media experiment. remember, Goncharov (1973) Absolutely authentic movie and if you haven’t seen it you probably have a reason for it.
As Goncharov (1973) You can expect it to get weirder, wilder, gayer and more layered over time, continuing to spread across the Tumblr universe and through an unreal collective consciousness. A moment of serious and subtle self-awareness for Because this is exactly what Tumblr fandom is like. Goncharov (1973) It’s fun because users are making fun of themselves and inviting everyone else to be part of the joke.the game of Goncharov (1973) is the embodiment of the features of Tumblr that many people love. It’s an interpretative fandom experience where everyone is right because nothing is wrong.
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