You May See A Stranger

Ask me anything   "Filmmaking is not about the tiny details. It's about the big picture." Ed Wood

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach - c. early 1920’s

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach - c. early 1920’s

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hauntedbystorytelling:

Bert STERN :: Baby in Jewels, 1962 / Pigment-print on archival paper with Swarovski Crystals

hauntedbystorytelling:

Bert STERN :: Baby in Jewels, 1962 / Pigment-print on archival paper with Swarovski Crystals

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Notorious (1946)

"The Hitchcock classic of 1946, with Cary Grant as a charming and unscrupulous government agent and Ingrid Bergman as a woman of low repute whom he morally blackmails into marrying a Nazi leader (Claude Rains, in a performance that makes a sad little boy of him). The virtuoso sequences—the long kiss, the crane shot into the door key—are justly famous, yet the film’s real brilliance is in its subtle and detailed portrayal of infinitely perverse relationships. The concluding shot transforms Rains from villain to victim with a disturbingly cool, tragic force."

Dave Kehr

"So many movies have ended in obligatory chases and shoot-outs that the ability to write a well-crafted third act has almost died out. Among its many achievements, Notorious ends well. Like clockwork, the inevitable events of the last 10 minutes take place, and they all lead to the final perfect shot, in which another Nazi says to Sebastian, ‘Alex, will you come in, please? I wish to talk to you.’ And Alex goes in, knowing he will never come out alive.”

Roger Ebert

Alternative Candidate Rating: A fat-headed guy, full of pain.

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MGM studio portrait of Clark Gable, early 1930s.
MGM studio portrait of Clark Gable, early 1930s.

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Charles Farrell photographed by Hal Phyfe

Charles Farrell photographed by Hal Phyfe

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deforest:

Orson Welles for Citizen Kane (1941)

deforest:

Orson Welles for Citizen Kane (1941)

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