Category Archives: Film

The Nest: In Conversation with Costume Designer Matthew Price

In my interview with Matthew Price, costume designer in Sean Durkin’s The Nest, we discuss Carrie Coon’s character and the defining role her clothes have on this journey we are taken on, the Italian sartorial influence for Jude Law’s Rory, and going to the movies. Read More

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Identity as an Illusion: Alain Delon in Mr. Klein

There is something of Jef Costello in Robert Klein. In his sharp suits, double-breasted tailored coats, pristine fedoras, carefully slipped-on leather gloves and calculated mannerisms, there is not much the perfectly groomed and perfectly dressed Mr. Klein leaves to chance in Joseph Losey’s film. Read More

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The Culture Edit: January Newsletter

Left: “The silence between the years”, Classiq Journal Editions, photographic print available in original landscape size in the shop Right: “A motion-picture Star was the most important commodity any studio could claim.” (Veronica: The Autobiography of Veronica Lake)     … Read More

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“Another Round” and Other Good Films from a Year of Movies Without Cinemas

”Oh, a film is never the same on a small screen as it was when you lived it in a theater.” Here are some of the best films of 2020, the year of movies without cinemas. Read More

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“Victor Victoria” & Women in Tuxedo on Film

Julie Andrews in “Victor Victoria”, 1982 | MGM   In Victor Victoria, Julie Andrews plays “a woman who pretends to be a man who pretends to be a woman”. Victoria is an unemployed performer who cross-dresses as a last resort … Read More

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