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User Image beauty.bycj Posted: Feb 25, 2018 11:34 PM (UTC)
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This shine is blinding 😍✨ Color retouch, haircut, & blowout.
User Image beauty.bycj Posted: Feb 25, 2018 11:38 PM (UTC)
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User Image blesscalum Posted: Feb 25, 2018 10:48 PM (UTC)

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calum’s accent has gone missing
User Image welovebettedavis Posted: Jan 9, 2018 11:34 PM (UTC)

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“Bette’s life was her work. Her basic character was that of a tough, loving broad from New England. When she had a script to study, she became totally involved and totally animated. She had tried hard to make the domestic side of her life work, but it hadn’t happened. The only truly trustworthy thing in Bette’s life was her talent. She was a very good cook, loved houses, and also had a tremendous sense of humor....
When Bette died in 1989, I helped arrange the memorial service on stage 9 at Warner Bros., where she had made so many of her great pictures. There were enormous stills of her hung all around the stage, and as Roddy McDowall, James Woods, and Bob Osborne got up and spoke about Bette, a black, dark stage gradually became infused with love. By the time Angela Lansbury gave her extraordinary eulogy, we all knew that a remarkable, one-of-a-kind artist and human being was gone, but we were lucky—Bette had made the life of everybody on that stage better and richer, even if all they knew of her was what she embodied in her movies. At the end of the service, I turned out the ghost light on the stage. She was buried at Forest Lawn in Hollywood, which looks down at the Warner Bros. studio—just the way she wanted it.
I adored her—not in spite of her prickliness, but because of her prickliness. It was such a large part of what made her Bette Davis. She had a terrible need for love, as we all do, but she was wired in such a way that it was hard for her to ask for it. Actually, it was impossible. She could give love, but it was very hard for her to receive it, even though, outside of the opportunity to act, it was the only thing that really mattered to her.” -Robert Wagner, reflecting on his close friendship with Bette in Pieces of My Heart (photographed at Bette’s AFI Life Achievement Award ceremony in 1977) 💜
User Image vlvthood Posted: Feb 25, 2018 10:28 PM (UTC)

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➡️➡️➡️ MOOD
User Image andieluna Posted: Feb 25, 2018 10:24 PM (UTC)

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#Repost @josephcadiff
Super excited to announce that SAVIORS - a new ONE TAKE feature I was in - has been selected to the Beverly Hills Film Festival in April! So if you’re in LA, grab your tickets and come check it out! Here’s the trailer! 🧐👁🎬
@saviorsfilm #onetake #feature #film #beverlyhills #festival #intense #hold #your #breath #candid #no #cuts #nonviolence #peace
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“One unrelenting take”
Reposting this trailer, let’s just say that you won’t like Joe much in this film, heavy role... It’s an unfortunate reality in the US and I think it’s important to recognize and increase the awareness among us all, of this unfortunate situation and dehumanizing way of living this life through division, hatred and violence.
Great cinematography and very talented cast and crew, get ready...!
User Image thisenergy Posted: Feb 25, 2018 9:28 PM (UTC)

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