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Charlotte rampling is gorgeous. I watched most of Caravan to Vaccares the other day. If you haven't seen it, don't bother - it's shit. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071278/

I saw The Night Porter years ago; i get it mixed up, for better or worse, with Salon Kitty. Dirk Bogarde is a fascinating character.
Dirk Bogarde's later work is marvelous. He is the aesthetic foil to Klaus Kinski in terms of performance, and depravity. Kinski might rape a woman but Bogarde would drug her in terms of character.
post #467 of 656
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
Dirk Bogarde's later work is marvelous. He is the aesthetic foil to Klaus Kinski in terms of performance, and depravity. Kinski might rape a woman but Bogarde would drug her in terms of character.

i must admit i don't think i've ever seen kinski, i've been meaning to watch aguirre for years but never quite got round to it. i love bogarde's matinee idol turned ultra private tortured outsider elements. He shares a lot of the demons of many of the gay actors of the time, kenneth williams comes to mind. dirk certainly allowed his personal issues to directly affect his career choices and performances, and because of this i have found the small amount of his work i have seen particularly compelling.

eva longoria is the embodiment of vapid.
post #468 of 656
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Originally Posted by chrysalid
i must admit i don't think i've ever seen kinski, i've been meaning to watch aguirre for years but never quite got round to it. i love bogarde's matinee idol turned ultra private tortured outsider elements. He shares a lot of the demons of many of the gay actors of the time, kenneth williams comes to mind. dirk certainly allowed his personal issues to directly affect his career choices and performances, and because of this i have found the small amount of his work i have seen particularly compelling.

eva longoria is the embodiment of vapid.

Watch Aguirre. The cinematography alone makes it worth it. There is a movie out there which documents the often tumultuous relationship between Kinski and Werner Herzog. Can't remember the name of it off-hand.
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^ My Best Fiend, directed by Werner Herzog, documents the director's relationship with Klaus Kinski. To bring this back on track, Eva Mattes is an absolute stunner in Herzog's films, particularly WOYZECK, co-starring Mr. Kinski:
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^ at first glance I thought this was a scene from Last Tango in Paris!

(anyone have a nailclipper handy?)
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speaking of Kinskis...
post #472 of 656
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Originally Posted by chrysalid
i must admit i don't think i've ever seen kinski, i've been meaning to watch aguirre for years but never quite got round to it. i love bogarde's matinee idol turned ultra private tortured outsider elements. He shares a lot of the demons of many of the gay actors of the time, kenneth williams comes to mind. dirk certainly allowed his personal issues to directly affect his career choices and performances, and because of this i have found the small amount of his work i have seen particularly compelling.

eva longoria is the embodiment of vapid.
Cintra Wilson wrote a tribute to Bogarde in Salon.com citing him as the ultimate gentleman pervert.

Peter Lorre was not a closet gay but he certainly played his depravity well.
post #473 of 656
Cynthia Myers.

http://www.bigbreastarchive.com/alph...thiamyers.html

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls was one of the greatet movies ever.
post #474 of 656
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Originally Posted by montecristo#4
Cynthia Myers.

http://www.bigbreastarchive.com/alph...thiamyers.html

Beyond the Valley of the Dolls was one of the greatet movies ever.

i'm wearing an, admitedly tragically geeky, faster pussycat! kill! kill! tshirt as we speak. i wouls post a picture but i seem to have fortuitously lost the memory card for my cam. i love the russ meyer aesthetic.
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I like this guy, he's like me, only with less posts!

Buy that man a beer, and give 'im a close up of J-Lo's money maker!
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Christina Ricci = strangely trash-hot in this poster. I can't wait to see this movie either... The premise is almost as good as Snakes On A Plane.
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My idea of the most beautiful woman, ever . . . is Vivien Leigh. Runner Up: Ava Gardner.

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Wow, Ava really seems excited by your news; congrats!
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LARon, if you haven't seen the Barefoot Contessa, you may enjoy it.
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This shot here (above) reminds me of "Zorba, the Greek," which also featured a beautiful raven-haired maiden with a heavy ethnic look.
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