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post #46 of 92
I learned my lesson in my 20's about keeping copious notes of fabric and style!! So the answer to your question is, yes. I have all fabric from all the actors in this movie noted in my book.
post #47 of 92
Was the facial hair just for the movie or is a 'stache its own reason?
post #48 of 92
What a magnificent thread. Loved the good shepherd btw
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now i am really excited to this movie. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

It kinda sucked. biggrin.gif I give it 2.5/4 stats.

Needed a movie to see with friends since I had already seen Hustle. But I was bored to tears by the end of this one.
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Was the facial hair just for the movie or is a 'stache its own reason?
There's a story behind the fake facial. I realized that I was considered a mini star for this movie because I had lines. Therefore I had my own dressing room and stylist. The stylist suggested the mustache and took me to deniro to have it confirmed for the scene. So here's the hook. It was necessary for the stylist to comb the bloody thing between every take. I was there for 13 hours so she received quite some overtime pay!!
Logsdail
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There's a story behind the fake facial. I realized that I was considered a mini star for this movie because I had lines. Therefore I had my own dressing room and stylist. The stylist suggested the mustache and took me to deniro to have it confirmed for the scene. So here's the hook. It was necessary for the stylist to comb the bloody thing between every take. I was there for 13 hours so she received quite some overtime pay!!
Logsdail

Now I need to rent "The Good Shepherd".  Tell me at what point in the movie I need to really start paying attention.

post #52 of 92
You both looked great in the movie, beautiful suits on you two. Great looking kid, know where he got his style from!
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Are suits made for film made as well as "real-life" suits, or just well enough to do their job for the few minutes they're seen on screen? What happens to the clothes after the filming is finished?

I just remembered that this Logsdail worn by Denzel Washington in American Gangter has been for sale on eBay for FOREVER!



http://www.ebay.com/itm/LOGSDAIL-Denzel-Washington-AMERICAN-GANGSTER-Tuxedo-Suit-Original-Film-Costume-/121226570973?pt=US_CSA_MC_Suits&hash=item1c39aaacdd
post #54 of 92
I'll chime in as well: great thread.
post #55 of 92
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It kinda sucked. biggrin.gif I give it 2.5/4 stats.
Needed a movie to see with friends since I had already seen Hustle. But I was bored to tears by the end of this one.

still going to watch it. smile.gif
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Now I need to rent "The Good Shepherd".  Tell me at what point in the movie I need to really start paying attention.

the clothes were better than the movie, iirc.

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jrd, congrats on your thread making the main page.
post #56 of 92
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jrd, congrats on your thread making the main page.

leenk?
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Ah gotcha, had to sign out cuz I have the "carousel" turned off on my account settings
post #59 of 92
glad to help. smile.gif
post #60 of 92

Nowadays, fashion/style is a non-issue in the world of wall street.

 

Incorrect.

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