Pa de Deux: “We created it from grey cheese cloth and tulle, referencing Degas’s bronze ballerinas.” I must be in a ballet state of mind. I finally went to see The Nutcracker at the Wortham theater the other week. I have to say. I was a little disappointed in the production, but it must be because I kept comparing it to the Nutcracker Motion Picture. I love that film. Everytime I watch this film, I’m […]
asff I think I’ve watched this movie at least a dozen times already and I still love it. This calls for white eyelet dresses and pea coats and lace up boots.
I think this is one of my favorite quirky movies of all time. It’s quite lovely.
My Dexter silkscreen print arrived in the mail today. Thanks Roshan! I decided to go with the first season because I like Dexter best when he’s all bloody. The upcoming days will be busy for me. I have lots of things on the agenda, but somehow I found time today to buy a straw fedora. Random.. Big dinner party this weekend. Excited!
Pauline: There are living among two dutiful daughters. Of a man who possesses two beautiful daughters You cannot know nor yet try to guess The sweet soothingness of their caress The outstanding genius of this pair is understood by few, They are so rare. Compared with these two, every man is a fool The world is most honored that they should deign to rule And I worship the power of these lovely two With that […]
Wallace and Gromit can do no wrong. A Matter of Loaf and Death
Yay! My snail mail has finally arrived! Let’s see, a few new ones, (The Double Life of Veronique, Fanny & Alexander, Kagemusha, and 3 Films by Louis Malle) and some old favorites. It’s a bit much I know, but I think it’s about time I finally owned a legit version of these movies. The Royal Tenenbaums were getting quite lonely on that shelf by itself. I’ve been hanging around the Heights area lately checking out […]