Category Archives: Style in film

The French Noir Anti-Hero and The Trench Coat

The trench coat of the French noir anti-hero is either a detail of realism and narrative drive or a stylized element that values aesthetic and atmosphere. Read More

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Editorial: A Raincoat in Sunny LA

Peter Falk in ”Columbo” | NBC   The Editorial: thoughts, short stories or essays about the world of cinema   Who wears a raincoat in sunny LA all the time? Columbo, that’s who. Why? Just instinct. His crumpled raincoat, his … Read More

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Les choses de la vie

Romy Schneider’s men’s inspired blue shirt and blue jeans look in “Les choses de la vie” is universally appealing. The story is placed is 1970, but that look is timeless. Read More

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La enfermedad del domingo: In Conversation with Costume Designer Clara Bilbao

In our interview, costume designer Clara Bilbao talks about clothes as story tellers in La enfermedad del domingo (Sunday’s Illness). Read More

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François Truffaut, His Alter Egos and His Brown Leather Jacket

François Truffaut, Jacqueline Bisset and Jean-Pierre Léaud on the set of “La nuit américaine” (1973) | Les Films du Carrusse   “The film of tomorrow will be filmed by adventurers,” Truffaut had said as an introduction to what would become … Read More

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