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October 16, 2011

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Oliver_C

Makes me think of how the checked shirt Tony Leung wears near the end of 'Chungking Express', by resembling the convenience store employees' uniform, seems to prefigure his final-scene change of career.

Mr. Milich

Moments like this remind me of the pleasures of fresh air.

hamletta

Wow! Never noticed that, and WotW is probably my favorite Sirk movie. Guess I was too busy playing my patented drinking game: Drink every time you spot a phallic symbol. By the end of the movie, you'll be drunker than Kyle Hadley!

The Siren

Not only do I love Claire for pointing this out, I also take this opportunity to tell you that I have a vintage gray suit very much like Bacall's. If I make it to the Lafayette this winter I'll wear it. With a pink scarf.

This is fascinating. The switch is so precise it even goes right to their lipstick color -- take a look!

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