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He rode with the window partly open because he loved the smell of the pines and the heavy salt air, and in the winter he loved the smell of the cold.

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Venice Fest To Fete Frances McDormand With Persol Award

ROME – The Venice Film Festival will fete Frances McDormand with its Persol Tribute to Visionary Talent Award.

McDormand will receive the nod during a ceremony on September 1, following the out-of-competition screening on the Lido of Lisa Cholodenko-directed mini-series “Olive Kitteridge,” in which she plays the title role, which will debut on HBO in November. 114 more words


Day 565: Olive Kitteridge

This collection of linked short stories lucidly illuminates the contradictions that make up the human condition. The link that binds the stories together is Olive Kitteridge, a retired schoolteacher in small-town Maine. 213 more words



“You couldn’t make yourself stop feeling a certain way, no matter what the other person did. You had to just wait. Eventually the feeling went away because others came along. 30 more words

TCA: 'Olive Kitteridge' Star Frances McDormand Says HBO Was Brave To Make The 4-Part 'Traumedy'

Miniseries, limited series, whatever you want to call the currently popular genre — Frances McDormand thinks the form is great for women. “A 90-minute time frame is not long enough to tell a good female story,” she said at… 339 more words