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The 6:41 to Paris: Jean-Philippe Blondel

“It’s crazy how once people turn forty friendships seem to disintegrate. They get transferred, they’re busy with their kids, you no longer share the same opinions–everything alienates you from people you thought would be close to you all your life. 972 more words


The Red Notebook by Antoine Laurain

You never forget the first time Cary Grant charms the socks of you. From Arsenic and Old Lace (man I love that wacky film) to… 170 more words