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Posts da categoria: movies
The TINY Grand Budapest Hotel is a fancy three-room boutique hotel for birds (with Wes Anderson’s seal of approval, of course!). Design by the geniuses of CLINIC 212. :) ∴ info ∴ CLINIC 212 website.
1 & 4 – The 400 Blows (Les quatre cents coups, dir. François Truffaut, 1959). 2 & 3 – Antoine et Colette (dir. François Truffaut, 1962). There’s no more delicious character than him. More Antoine Doinel here. ♥
Good People (dir. Henrik Ruben Genz, 2014) A couple discovers a bag full of money after the death of their tenant and decide to keep it to pay debts. OF COURSE the thief who stole to money targets the couple and … Continue lendo
Michelle Williams, always so beautiful. These pics were taken by Mikael Jansson for Interview Magazine (may 2011). The interview, by journalist and novelist Vendela Vida, is a bit old but very interesting (especially when the actress talks about the shooting … Continue lendo
You may have seen around a few pics of actress Audrey Hepburn with a cute little deer, but do you know the story behind these pictures? In 1958 Audrey was filming Green Mansions, directed by her then-husband Mel Ferrer. Her … Continue lendo
Point Blank (À Bout Portant, dir. Fred Cavayé, 2010) A nurse saves the wrong guy: a thief, whose henchmen take his pregnant wife hostage to force him to take their boss out of the hospital. A nice thriller, not a lot different … Continue lendo
Hitchcock was really one of the best! A few of my favorite moments of the genius of suspense: 1. Yawning over Book of Birds. Obviously a reference to his movie The Birds (1963). The photo credit is © Bettmann/CORBIS. 2. Threatening or cute with that … Continue lendo
The Eclipse (dir. Conor McPherson, 2009) During a literary festival in Cobh, a seaside Irish town, a widower starts to receive very strange visitors at home. The novelist Lena Morelle, a specialist in ghost stories, arrives in town for the festival and gets involved in … Continue lendo
Nebraska (dir. Alexander Payne, 2013) A kind of road trip with an alcoholic/senile father and his estranged son. A very sensitive movie, with wonderful photography, script and incredibly well built characters, amazing actors… of course it didn’t win the Oscars! But I think … Continue lendo