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Star13 Dec 31
“Everything is burning, my soul, body, outside, inside, heart, flesh… Do you understand? Do you really understand?” — , from a Camus written c. March 1952.
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lafemmemerveilleuse Nov 7
“Your letter, my beauty, was a little sad. How can I help? Your loyal companion is there. You know that,” Camus writes. He closes one note with: “A crown of kisses to the queen of dreams“ - “Yes, you can be happy, you are great, a very big actress.”
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Marǐssa Rojas ˇ 15 Feb 14
": your friends who can make a really good chocolate fudge."
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The Eye of Faith 18 Oct 17
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Scholar 24 Jul 17
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lafemmemerveilleuse Jun 13
Tied to one another by the bonds of the earth, by intelligence, heart and flesh, nothing, I know, can surprise or separate us. to , February 1950.
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Marcos Pereiro 29 Mar 17
Evaristo Calvo de best of ever!!!!
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Marcos Pereiro 29 Mar 17
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Jstheater 25 Jul 17
1 other point: , who plays in 's *Orpheus*, strongly favors . They could be sisters across time.
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Leo Li 16 Dec 17
1945 "the film bears testimony of Bresson’s aptitude of grappling with something ablaze with connivance, melancholy and lachrymosity." my review:
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Mix Apr 11
llicit : After her mother’s death, ’s daughter went to his longtime lover, the actress , and purchased the correspondence between the writer and the star. It was published in France last year in a 1,300-page .
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Joanna Bytheway Nov 17
When the cat’s away the weird films come out to play!
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Palden Gyal Apr 14
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Scott Leisk 2 Nov 17
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Ryan Bloom 7 Nov 17
“A time will come when despite all the unhappiness we will be light, joyous, and truthful.” -
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Carol Ward Sep 8
Went to see today and lead reminded me so much of from
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Albert Galera Nov 21
My heart is drifting away from you. I'm ready for your reproaches, bitterness and insults. I've called myself the worst name already. Only one insult could wound me now: hypocrite. Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (Robert Bresson, 1945).  
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Wilhemina Queen 2 Jun 11
♦ Citas Citables ♦ http://goo.gl/fb/EVif2
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Zita Vehil Jan 13
Orpheus (1950) I want to cry... But I should not.
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duncan fallowell 21 Jan 16
PyrahBurne FilmNight: I chose 's w Haunting visions script
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