18 November 2011


Ever time I watch the trailer for this upcoming film, the Artist, I nostalgically sigh, it highlights breathtaking scenes!  
Hollywood in the late 1920's when silent films begin to transition into films with audible dialogue . . . yes please. 

The last movie that left me speechless was La Môme (La Vie En Rose) where Marion Cotillard's portrayal of Édith Piaf was peerless.  The leading lady in the Artist is Argentinian born French actress, Bérénice Bejo, who happens to be married to the French director of the film, Michel Hazanavicius, hmmm...stunning wardrobe!  Isn't the image below surrealistically yummy?  

Photos borrowed from the official French site, click here.

1 comment:

Kelly said...

Have you seen Girl on a Bridge... it's one of my favorites.