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20 April 14

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 Dr. No (1962) dir. Terence Young

 Dr. No (1962) dir. Terence Young

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barbarastanwyck:

Easter Parade (1948)

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heidisaman:

"It’s difficult to think of a film that has a more powerful understanding of the way that people are bound to the world around them, by what they see and touch and taste and hear. I realize that L’avventura is supposed to be about characters who are “alienated” from their surroundings, but that word has been used so often to describe this film and Antonioni’s films in general that it more or less shuts down thought. In fact, I see it, more than ever, as a movie about people in spiritual distress: their spiritual signals are disrupted, which is why they see the world around them as hostile and unforgiving. Visually, sensually, thematically, dramatically, in every way, it’s one of the great works of cinema.”
— Martin Scorsese on Antonioni’s L’avventura

Still from L’avventura (1960, dir. Michelangelo Antonioni) Cinematography by Aldo Scavarda 

heidisaman:

"It’s difficult to think of a film that has a more powerful understanding of the way that people are bound to the world around them, by what they see and touch and taste and hear. I realize that L’avventura is supposed to be about characters who are “alienated” from their surroundings, but that word has been used so often to describe this film and Antonioni’s films in general that it more or less shuts down thought. In fact, I see it, more than ever, as a movie about people in spiritual distress: their spiritual signals are disrupted, which is why they see the world around them as hostile and unforgiving. Visually, sensually, thematically, dramatically, in every way, it’s one of the great works of cinema.”

— Martin Scorsese on Antonioni’s L’avventura

Still from L’avventura (1960, dir. Michelangelo Antonioni) Cinematography by Aldo Scavarda 

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Posted: 2:33 PM
Hello, I absolutely adore your page! I have a question, do you have any suggestions for good old 1950's/1960's movies? Thank you xx

Thank you so much beautiful!

Oh man, this question is blowing my mind because there is such an enormous amount.

I’ll keep it simple -

There’s many classics you may like - they star very famous people of the decades. The typical -

Rebel Without a Cause (1955) - starring the VERY beautiful James Dean & Natalie Wood
On the Waterfront (1954) - starring Marlon Brando
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953) - starring Marilyn Monroe (there are countless entertaining Monroe films)
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) - starring Audrey Hepburn
West Side Story (1961) - starring Natalie Wood, Rita Moreno, etc.
Dolce Vita (1960) - starring Anita Ekberg, Anouk Aimee, etc.
Blow Up (1966) - Vanessa Redgrave, David Hemmings, Jane Birkin, etc.

You can watch them based on popular directors of the time -
Alfred Hitchcock
Jean-Luc Godard
Federico Fellini
Michelangelo Antonioni
Billy Wilder
Stanley Kubrick
Sidney Lumet
Woody Allen (even though, imo his best films are more 1970s/1980s)
ETC. ETC. ETC.

There are so many! If you send me more of your general likes and dislikes, I can give you a less typical, more detailed list!

Hope this helped babe!!!

Have an amazing Easter if you’re celebrating! xxxxxx

tearsanddesire
17 April 14
Random sexy Philadelphia Flyer waved and smiled at me…. This is the life.

Random sexy Philadelphia Flyer waved and smiled at me…. This is the life.

Posted: 1:22 PM
i wanted to say this to you for a long time : this blog is perfection, i have started to know so many actresses i had no idea of, i learned to difference diana dors, mamy van doren ( i dont think i wrote it right ) and jane mansfield and i have a big list of films to see and also oh my god, you are soooo beautiful, thank you so much

You don’t know how happy you’ve made me. I love you!!! Thank you so much sweetheart. I am so happy. All I want is for people to be inspired by and enjoy this blog so to know that you do feels like mission complete. Thank you baby doll!!!

alle-notna