19 Apr 14 at 4 pm


Zouzou (1934)

Directed By: Marc Allégret 

Cast: Josephine Baker, Jean Gabin, Pierre Larquey, Yvette Lebon, Illa Meery, Palau, Madeleine Guitty, Claire Gérard, Marcel Vallée

The fabulous Josephine Baker as Zouzou tries to help her childhood friend prove his innocence after he’s accused of murder.

As children, Zouzou and Jean are paired in a traveling circus as twins: she’s dark, he’s light. After they’ve grown, he treats her as if she were his sister, but she’s in love with him. In Paris, he’s a music hall electrician, she’s a laundress who delivers clean underwear to the hall. She introduces him to Claire, her friend at work, and the couple fall in love. Jean conspires to get the show’s star out of town and for the theater manager to see the high-spirited Zouzou perform. When Jean’s accused of murder and Zouzou needs money to mount his defense, she pleads to go on stage. Her talents may save the show, but can anything save her dream of life with Jean?


19 Apr 14 at 5 am
I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.

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tags: follow  love  tony 

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19 Apr 14 at 12 am

Beautiful Cinema - The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

tags: shots  shafter 
18 Apr 14 at 1 pm


Ten men women have warned me against becoming:


The man who takes up too much space.
Whose legs need their own chair in
public spaces, who plays awful, shitty
guitar at parties, whose backpack
can’t touch his lap and must therefore
have its own seat on the bus

Ten Men (6/30)
17 Apr 14 at 3 pm


Andrew Wyeth

1. Pentecost (1989)

2. Wind from the Sea (1947)


Long-tailed tit by Dmitri Pavlov on Flickr.
16 Apr 14 at 12 am



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tags: shades