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Exploring the Francophile Fashion

I have a whole secret Pinterest board dedicated to Parisian Chic styles. I don’t think I could ever survive without my Pinterest boards which I started about 5 years ago but never shared with anyone. 557 more words

Fashion

Sky Atlantic confirms transmission date for The Tunnel: Vengeance

One of the more unheralded British crime dramas is The Tunnel, the Anglo/French series made by Sky and Canal +. It was originally meant to be a British/French version of The Bridge, replacing the Øresund Bridge that connects Denmark and Sweden with the Channel Tunnel, and the socially-challenged Saga Norén with Clémence Poésy’s Elise Wassermann and Kim Bodnia’s rambunctiously flawed Martin Rohde with Stephen Dillane’s Karl Roebuck. 166 more words

British Crime Drama

October 30 & 31: Happy Birthday Juliet Stevenson and Piper Perabo

English actress Juliet Stevenson turned 61 yesterday.  She studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, and then began to make appearances with the Royal Shakespeare Company.  1,349 more words

Celebrity Birthdays

Film review: Final Portrait

The appeal of Final Portrait grows and grows. It is an episode in the life of Alberto Giacometti who is renown for his sculptures and paintings. 369 more words

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Final Portrait (2017)

Final Portrait (2017)

The search for perfection never ends

Gone are the days when a ‘biopic’ would have to cram a person’s entire life into one single feature. 1,023 more words

Film Reviews

Louis Vuitton and Miu Miu Star-Studded Paris Fashion Week Shows

Paris Fashion Week finishes today! Marking the end of this very hectic Spring/Summer ’18 season and some of my favorite looks from those attending occurred over the last few days. 637 more words

Michelle Williams

Final Portrait

It seems that Geoffrey Rush is the go-to man when it comes to casting the crazy genius. Whilst the level of crazy has varied from those who are merely eccentric, left-of-centre and a little bit odd to others who are stark raving mad, Rush has proven equally adept across the spectrum. 593 more words

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