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“She never really was conscious of the fact that she was world famous. She was an actress and she loved to act and in acting she assumed someone else’s personality. 18 more words

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Bonjour Tristesse (1958)

“Perinal worked in perfect harmony with the star, in the way his camera moved from the polite observance of her conventionally groomed aspect in the early scenes, to a searching scanning of her unmade-up face, revealing the freckles that give her a touchingly girlish and vulnerable appearance, after her love forces her to drop her defences and disclose herself as the simple person she really is.” (Eric Braun)

Deborah Kerr

The Heat of Summer in the South of France

Bonjour Tristesse by Francoise Sagan

Odd that I should be reading a summer book just as that season starts to come to a close and the nippier days of autumn draw nearer – though I confess that spring and autumn *are* my favourite seasons, so I’m not really complaining! 790 more words

Bonjour Tristesse (1958)

“Kerr’s portrayal was a striking instance of her ability to create a complete human being, within moments of her appearance on the scene: the attitudes to her fiance and his daughter of the outwardly sophisticated, but inwardly un-tough fashion designer were expressed in her movements and in her voice, controlled, but with a hint of underlying uncertainty. 30 more words

Deborah Kerr

Deborah, about Jean Seberg (13.11.1938 – 30.08.1979):

“I formed a very deep respect for the quiet strength with which she put up with all the extravagant publicity that had been forced on her by her discovery and the lashing she took from the critics. 61 more words

Deborah Kerr


The attributes of charm, according to Deborah (X)

“Thoughtfulness is displayed in those who think about another’s feelings before their own in whatever they do or say. 123 more words

Deborah Kerr