“The English Patient” may be an epic romance movie Continue reading “THE ENGLISH PATIENT”
“To Catch A Thief” may not be my favorite Hitchcock, but it remains the most glamorous Continue reading “TO CATCH A THIEF”
This incredible pink tulle dress reminds me of another Continue reading “THE BAREFOOT CONTESSA”
Without “Queen Margot”, directed by Patrice Chéreau, “GOT” wouldn’t have existed. Continue reading “QUEEN MARGOT”
“North by Northwest”, a film directed by Sir Alfred in 1959, is my favorite Hitchcock Continue reading “NORTH BY NORTHWEST”
“Victor Victoria” brings together Julie Andrews, Robert Preston and James Garner. Continue reading “VICTOR/VICTORIA”
Let’s talk about two cinematic gems: “Mildred Pierce” and “What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?”. Continue reading “LES PARENTS TERRIBLES”
“Rear Window” is a 1954 film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring James Stewart Continue reading “REAR WINDOW”
It’s quite simple, “Singing in The Rain” should be covered by Social Security Continue reading “SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN”
“The Lady of Shanghai”, directed by Orson Welles in 1947 is quite a strange film. Continue reading “THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI”
Should we be talking about “Gone with the Wind”? Of course, and especially now. Continue reading “GONE WITH THE WIND”
Here are two of my favourite films: “Sunset Boulevard”, directed by Billy Wilder Continue reading “NARCISSUS IN HOLLYWOOD”
A perfectly Hepburnian dress and a cruise on the Seine. It didn’t take much for me to think of “Charade”. Continue reading “CHARADE”
“Some like it hot” is a romantic comedy directed by Billy Wilder in 1959 Continue reading “SOME LIKE IT HOT”
Here’s an excellent film that went under the radar: “Miss Sloane”, directed in 2016 by John Madden Continue reading “MISS SLOANE”
If our personal film archives say a lot about us, here is a film that says a lot about me Continue reading “MR. KLEIN”
Let’s talk for a moment about two of my favourite movies: “Vertigo” and “Obsession”. Continue reading “EURYDICE MYTH”
“Barry Lyndon”, Stanley Kubrick’s movie, or “The Luck of Barry Lyndon”, William Tackeray’s novel? Continue reading “BARRY LYNDON”
It is not a secret that I love classical American cinema, and especially film noir. Continue reading “FEMME FATALE”
A perfectly retro outfit and a sailing boat: it doesn’t take much more than that for me to sail towards the murky waters of “Mr Ripley”. Continue reading “PURPLE NOON”
“Roman Holiday”, produced by William Wyler in 1953, combines the talents of the delicious Audrey Hepburn and the charming Gregory Peck. Continue reading “ROMAN HOLIDAY”
“Chinatown”, which came out in 1974, is one of my favorite movies.
Plot twist, it’s a film noir. Continue reading “CHINATOWN”
An outfit with a retro touch was the natural complement to this superb Lancaster en-suite. With such a setting, it seemed like the ideal occasion to discuss the movie “Laura”. Continue reading “LAURA”
“Atomic Blonde” was definitely one of my favorite movies of 2017.
In a nutshell: Lorraine Broughton, an MI6 agent played by Charlize Theron, is sent to Berlin a few days before the fall of the wall in order to find a lost list of secret agents. Continue reading “ATOMIC BLONDE”
“The Thomas Crown Affair”, two movies, really.
The first one dates back to 1968 and starred Steve McQueen and Faye Dunaway. The story is actually rather simple: Thomas Crown is extremely rich and equally bored, which is why he organizes a hold-up in a bank (I know, not exactly what I do when I’m bored either but oh well…). Continue reading “THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR”
A completely, utterly retro outfit, that reminds me of Fassbinder’s movie “The Marriage of Maria Braun”, which I liked a lot (probably because of the little veil). Continue reading “THE MARRIAGE OF MARIA BRAUN”
In this post, I felt like discussing – in my own way – a movie that I absolutely love: “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”.
I have no particular affinity with Tiffany & Co but my love for Bulgari is limitless and well-documented, therefore this photoshoot became Breakfast at Bulgari’s, with the help of a coffee and a croissant. Continue reading “BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY’S”
Don’t ask me why, but this outfit reminds me of Katharine Hepburn’s inimitable silhouette. Continue reading “THE PHILADELPHIA STORY”
Is “Funny Face” funny? Well, not even.
“Funny Face”, directed in 1957 by Stanley Donen Continue reading “FUNNY FACE”