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SEVEN THINGS - 19.8.17

A weekly roundup of all the best fashion/beauty/film/literature/life I’ve encountered over the last seven days! In this week’s Seven Things: Diet Prada, Wong Kar Wai, and lip gloss necklaces. 424 more words

Seven Things

Film Review: Five Day Lover (1961)

So, one thing I want to get out of the way first. I watched this while in a giant soaker tub in Philly. Full disclosure: This may impact my feelings about this film. 417 more words

60s

Mylène Demongeot

Mylène Demongeot: French actress born 1935 as Marie-Hélène, David Niven’s mistress in Bonjour Tristesse (1959), Andromeda in The Giant of Marathon (1959) and Hélène in the Fantômas film trilogy (1964, 65 and 67).

French

Mylène Demongeot

Mylène Demongeot: French actress born 1935 as Marie-Hélène, David Niven’s mistress in Bonjour Tristesse (1959), Andromeda in The Giant of Marathon (1959) and Hélène in the Fantômas film trilogy (1964, 65 and 67).

French

Bonjour Tristesse & A Certain Smile

“Boujour Tristesse” & “A Certain Smile” by Françoise Sagan
(“Bonjour Tristesse – First publication: 1952 / “A Certain Smile” – First publication: 1956 / This edition: Penguin Modern Classics 2013)
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Sad And Beautiful

WOTW: Francoise Sagan

WE’LL BE WRITING ABOUT ONE WOMAN EVERY WEEK THAT WE FIND AWESOME. THEY WILL BE AWESOME FOR MANY DIFFERENT REASONS, THEY MIGHT BE, WRITERS, ACTRESSES, SCIENTISTS OR ACTIVISTS. 274 more words