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  • Bonjour Tristesse

    Bonjour Tristesse


    A beautiful and tragic film about how narcissism and decadence can destroy not only a romance and a person’s life, but also how it can haunt you to the point of stunting one’s growth. despite costarring with David Niven and Deborah Kerr - two fantastic, seasoned actors - Jean Seberg steals the show, perfectly playing the part of spoiled Cecile. the last scene is heartbreaking, and shows how one should be careful what they wish for - Cecile lives a…

  • Lonesome



    such a beautiful , sweet love story! and the beautiful scenery of coney island in it’s heyday made it an even dreamier movie

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  • Cover Girl

    Cover Girl


    gene kelly musicals always have a magical quality in my eyes, and rita hayworth amplifies this. she lights up the screen, and her flawless dancing make her appear mystifying. and then we have gene. the scene in which he dances with his reflection is one of my favorites! together these two make dancing seem effortless, and as if they're merely floating on air. if you haven't watched this, you're missing out! it's such a beautiful film, from its spotlight on the conover cover girls to kelly's choreography.

  • The Patsy

    The Patsy


    I feel like Marion Davies is underrated, or at least only known because of her relationship with Hearst. Which is a crime because she was an excellent mimic and one of the finest comediennes of the silent era