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Joan Larsen Encore: The Grand Days of London - An Interlude with Ingrid Bergman

By Joan Larsen

Another world, another time…  a time when we were young, eager to grab for the stars along the way, and then – then – an opportunity to go to London.   700 more words


You Must Remember This: Meaning and Pop Culture Relics

The recent re-discovery of a Hollywood treasure once presumed lost, and an item up for sale in an upcoming auction of movieland memorabilia, have set the film world a-buzz.   955 more words


Soul Cinema

Film noir fascinates me. Danger…drama…tears…fears….poignantly played by brooding and mysterious actors. While I’ve never fancied myself a leading lady nor nurtured any sort of desire for a career on stage or in film…….I have come to discover that mindfully watching old thought patterns return for a tear stained sequel is a lot like seeing Ingrid Bergman playing my life on the silver screen. 170 more words


Film Review: Casablanca | Watching Casablanca for the Third Time

Casablanca is one of the greatest movies ever made and anyone interested in cinema should watch it. It’s strange to come out and say something so authoritative in a review, but it’s a genuine response to be had with Michael Curtiz’s 1941 masterpiece. 1,084 more words

Alex Carrigan

[Top Five] Hitchcock Kiss Scenes

#1 – Grace Kelly and Cary Grant in “To Catch a Thief” (Couldn’t find it in English)

#2 – Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in “Notorious” 25 more words

Alfred Hitchcock

Top 250 Tuesday #174 - Notorious (1946)

Continuing to wend my way through the Sight and Sound Top 250 Greatest Movies of All Time. This week, it’s #180 on the list,  Alfred Hitchcock’s… 924 more words