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Posts da categoria: movies
♥ 1. Patricia & Michel (Jean Seberg and Jean-Paul Belmondo) in Breathless (À bout de souffle, 1960). 2. Gertie & E.T. (Drew Barrymore and E.T.) in E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, 1982. 3. Holly & Paul (Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard) in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, 1961. … Continue lendo
The other day I watched Gilda (directed by Charles Vidor in 1946) and became even more in love with the beautiful Rita Hayworth. She’s so pretty, so sweet and so sexy… They really don’t make muses like they used to. … Continue lendo
Remembering this gorgeous Vogue U.S. photoshoot – the first time in 25 years that a magazine was allowed to shoot at Versailles. The beautiful Kirsten Dunst as the “Teen Queen” Marie Antoinette, photographed by Annie Leibovitz in September 2006. It’s so … Continue lendo
Holly Golightly is a photo-series by the amazing photographer Janne Peters. I found very interesting the way she exposed so many typical elements of this beloved character, played by the beautiful Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s. «Remember this … Continue lendo
A few things I love about the movie Planet of the Apes: (1968, directed by Franklin J. Schaffner) · The glowing fluorescent lights that float around in space. · The astronauts beautiful vintage uniforms. · Charlton Heston’s crazy laugh (after seeing his fellow astronaut … Continue lendo
I believe everyone has watched Psycho (1960) at least once. If not, they really should. A classic among Alfred Hitchcock‘s classics, with one of the most amazing soundtracks of all times (thank you Bernard Herrmann!), the movie has a beautiful … Continue lendo
My last 4 cinematic adventures: 1. Helvetica, 2007 (dir. Gary Hustwit) 2. Standard Operating Procedure, 2008 (dir. Errol Morris) 3. A Room with a View, 1985 (dir. James Ivory) 4. The Skin I Live In, 2011 (La Piel que Habito, … Continue lendo
Kamome Diner tells the story of Sachie, a Japanese woman who opens a diner in Hensinki. Directed by Naoko Ogigami in 2006, this was the first Japanese movie filmed entirely in Finland. I don’t know if it’s because I’ve always … Continue lendo
I always thought that the book Breakfast at Tiffany’s and its film adaptation were two completely different works of art and, at some level, even opposite. Truman Capote’s book is deliciously immoral, sometimes cruel and has a heartbreaking ending. The … Continue lendo