Author Archives: classiq

Style in Film: Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde

Note: This is a revised edition of a previous article I wrote (initially published in September 2012), in celebration of today’s 50th anniversary of “Bonnie and Clyde”.   Faye Dunaway’s wardrobe in Bonnie and Clyde (1967) evoked a sense of … Read More

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Smiles (and Stories) of A Summer Night

Giles & Brother

  I love stories. Films, books… They all tell stories. And you know I love them dearly. There are also the bed-time-stories – the books my son and I both adore and which I have absolutely no problem reading for … Read More

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Three Great Books Adapted to Three Favourite Summer Films

Three of the best movie adaptations from books

  As François Truffaut says in his book, The Films in My Life, when he talks about Otto Preminger’s Bonjour Tristesse, “I will spare the reader the usual speech about faithful or unfaithful adaptation”. I watched and loved all three … Read More

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Fashion in Michelangelo Antonioni’s Films

Monica Vitti L

Monica Vitti, L’eclisse   Michelangelo Antonioni’s characters are always in crisis, but they are always dressed well, too. Furthermore, their easy acces is a key part of their forced and vacuous lives, on their constant longing for a self that … Read More

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One Day That Summer: The Dune, Hossegor

Delphine Jouandeau photography

  To celebrate summer, in the course of the following months I will be collaborating with various photographers and photography collectors to bring you exclusive stories from behind the lens. Whether travel photography or pictures from the movie sets, One … Read More

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