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Ada Pîrvu
Writer of the online cultural journal Classiq. Contributor to . Words in THE ARTBO magazine.
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 19
The Man With No Name but with an iconic look, and how he subverted the conservative cowboy type and reinvented him as a righteously ambiguous drifter.
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 17
“I find chasing it actually a disservice to the purity of your telling a story, and a shackling thing to focus on.” Brad Pitt about abstaining from Oscar campaigning for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Ad Astra
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 16
Nothing like an Almodóvar film and a noir thriller to get the conversation started.
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 5
Isabelle by Peter Lindbergh.
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 5
Alfred Hitchcock about Rear Window: “This is actually the purest expression of a cinematic idea.”
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 4
Terry Gilliam: “Comedians are treading carefully and this is terrible. I really want some comedians to really go for it again, but people are frightened of saying the wrong thing, of causing offence.” That’s the sad state of comedy and film nowadays.
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 4
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Ada Pîrvu Sep 2
What are we waiting for to rewatch or watch Ernst Lubitsch’s films? His comedies require viewing today. See why:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 22
In Howard Hawks’ Hatari!, men and women share spaces, professions, friendships, and safari clothes. They are equals. It’s all very natural. And it was 1962.
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 15
Eight of my favourite creatives from around the world share their favourite summer movie:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 13
Replying to @iheartmaiden_
Thank you.
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 12
On I am writing about how Juliette Binoche transfers real life intensity on screen:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 12
Why I believe Ennio Morricone’s film music is very important in a general sense, especially today, and a few reflections on film, music and life:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 8
This summer we’re channelling Paul Newman in Sweet Bird of Youth:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 5
Life itself was his greatest inspiration, so here are a few life lessons from Abbas Kiarostami:
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Ada Pîrvu Aug 5
This summer we are channelling: Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde
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Ada Pîrvu Jul 18
This summer we’re channelling: Juliette Binoche in Certified Copy.
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Ada Pîrvu Jul 17
Why Lillian Ross’ “Picture” is one of the most accurate and authentic documentations of how a Hollywood movie is made:
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Ada Pîrvu Jul 12
This summer we’re channelling: Carole Bouquet in For Your Eyes Only. See why in the journal:
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Ada Pîrvu Jul 11
On Mr. Giorgio Armani’s birthday, a look at his costumes for”The Comfort of Strangers”:
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