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Tuesday March 20, 2018 #953

“The reason people find it so hard to be happy is that they always see the past better than it was, the present worse than it is, and the future less resolved than it will be.” … 190 more words

#115 The Baker's Wife (1938)

According to the French Institute of Public Opinion, 63% of French people believe they can love someone even if he or she has cheated. Well, that was definitely true in the late 1930s during the time of this film. 320 more words

#884 César (1936)

#884 César

1936 // France // Marcel Pagnol

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The third and the finale of Marcel Pagnol’s Marseille Trilogy unsurprisingly, following the optimistic and airy vibe of… 694 more words

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#883 Fanny (1932)

#883 Fanny

1932 // France // Marc Allégret

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Most of my complaints on Marius (1931) are kind of resolved in it’s sequel… 540 more words

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#882 Marius (1931)

#882 Marius

1931 // France // Alexander Korda

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I have been hesitated with the intention of reviewing Marius the film alone before complete… 711 more words

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#Fearless Quote of the Week: April 24-April 30

This week’s QOTW was chosen by Amy C., a #Fearless reader. See why she chose it and what it is below:

“I chose the quote because I realized that I spend a lot of time worrying about the future, but I’m moving into it every second, and when it comes, the thing I was worrying about is usually predictably settled.
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