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Our friends Laetitia and Abigail have such class and style while working in difficult climes. Whether it’s ensuring that refugee children are able to access education or fighting malaria in Sudan and Southeast Asia, they’re getting the work done and looking mighty good while doing it.   461 more words

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Hit Me With Your Best Shot: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963)

This week in Hit Me With Your Best Shot, Nathaniel introduced me to Vittorio De Sica’s Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. I’m not gonna lie and pretend that I’m not a little annoyed by the lack of an oxford comma in the movie’s English title, but otherwise, this is an incredibly lovely movie. 610 more words

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Best Shot: Ieri, oggi, domani (Part 3)

Finally, we get to the third part of “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” Mara. It’s my favorite story in De Sica’s film, and we get treated to plenty of beautiful imagery, most notably courtesy of Sophia Loren, of course: 25 more words

Film

I review Batard Boulangerie Cafe Moderne

I love this bastard. Forgive me but I’m not often at liberty to have potty mouth.

Backing up, the ‘bastard’ is actually Batard Boulangerie Cafe Moderne and one translation of batard is bastard. 678 more words

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Best Shot: Ieri, oggi, domani (Part 2)

Following Adelina, the second story in “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” is the Milan-set Anna. It’s the shortest of the three, and the camera is locked in on Mastroianni and Loren in the car most of the time, so there aren’t as many memorable shots as in the other installments. 23 more words

Film

Best Shot: Ieri, oggi, domani (Part 1)

This week we’re watching Vittorio De Sica’s “Ieri, oggi, domani” (“Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow”), winner of the 1965 Best Foreign Language Film Academy Award and showcase of Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni as maybe the two sexiest people on the planet at that time. 65 more words

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"She walked like an old woman": Celebrity Sightings in Rome

Rome at the peak of the Circus Maximus must have been a city of noise, celebration, and drunken revel.

When invaded by Fyenoord fans, Rome is much the same. 650 more words

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