Los ojos de Hitchcock.

Un montaje con las miradas de algunas de sus películas. Igual de inquietantes que en el montaje original. Un trabajo de Kogonada.

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“I could but did not, reach
to touch your arm.
I could, but do not, break
that which is still.
(Almost the faintest whisper
would be shrill.)
So moments pass as though
they wished to stay.
We have not long to love.
A night. A day….”

Tennessee Williams, “We Have Not Long to Love.”

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Tuinol Barry, Kings Road, 1983 
Derek Ridgers


Tuinol Barry, Kings Road, 1983

Derek Ridgers


Building a Babylon, Tudor City, N.Y.C.(1929).  Martin Lewis. Drypoint on cream wove paper

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The Kyoto Costume Institute

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Say what?! A new film written by Emma Thompson about Effie Gray, a child-bride who fights to be released from her loveless marriage to John Ruskin (played by GREG WISE, Thompson’s real-life husband) to be with John Everett Millais, another famous artist?

There is literally nothing about this film that makes me want to not see it. THE BEST NEWS!

I mean, the last film I saw that Thompson wrote was Sense and Sensibility (the best one where she stars with Kate Winslet, Greg Wise and Alan Rickman)—this is a woman who knows how to write movies to be rewatched obsessively.

Effie Gray is coming to theatres in 2014. 

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