Gloria Swanson in court, 1934
film meme ↛ one year1933
Lena Horne in 1938 film, The Duke is Tops/The Bronze Venus
Clara Bow with her fan mail, 1927.
A Princess In The Dark (1917) John Gilbert's first lead role as a hunchback who falls in love with a blind girl, played by Enid Bennett.
Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston, 90s.
MJ: “He [Nelson Mandela] is sweet, very childlike.”Q: Does he like to giggle?MJ: “He [Nelson Mandela] loves children because when I went to see him I had some kids with me and people were saying the kids have to stay, but Michael Jackson can come. I said. “I’m sure Mr. Mandela wouldn’t mind seeing children. I won’t go in unless the children go too.” I remember his representatives looked at me like this [makes stern and suspicious facial expression] and they went back and then they said, “Everybody come.” The first thing Mandela did is run to the children and pick them up and hug them. I knew he was that kind of man and he loved them. He was talking to them and then he shook my hand. I knew I was right.”
"Film is way different. When you’re twenty feet tall on a massive screen and you’re seeing people’s lives played out on it, it’s different from a nice painting. Film is important; it can be more than reportage or a novel - it creates images people have never seen before, never imagined they’d see, maybe because they needed someone else to imagine them." - Steve McQueen
Alain Delon in Rocco e i suoi fratelli