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Mia Farrow

Mia Farrow: born Maria de Lourdes Villiers-Farrow 1945, on screen from 1964, starting with Peyton Place (TV 1964-66).


A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Early November, 1980

Saturday, November 1, 1980

8 PM on a cold November night. Lately I’ve been spending much of the time re-thinking my life and where I want to go. 4,516 more words


The film is called “Zelig” (1983) but it also could have been a prequel to “200 Cigarettes” because that’s how many Mia Farrow smokes during this 79-minute movie. 72 more words

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Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)

There’s a bottle of Clinique Dramatically Different moisturizing lotion in Hannah’s bathroom.

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James Arthur and One Republic pay tribute to victims of Berlin Christmas market crash

James Arthur has revealed he was at the site of the suspected attack in Berlin just hours ago as he paid tribute to the victims on social media. 348 more words


Train Wrecks for Attention

Recently I have been fascinated and repelled by on-going stories in the media revolving around two Hollywood stars – Mia Farrow and Gwyneth Paltrow. Both women really pushed my buttons, and aside from the overall general coveting of their wealth and fame, I was determined to think this reaction through. 757 more words

Rosemary’s Baby is simultaneously incredibly modern and incredibly dated

The final Shocktober film was my wife’s contribution. Neither of us had seen Rosemary’s Baby, and both were encouraged by its inclusion on so many “scariest movies ever made” lists. 514 more words

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