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ueinra · 3 days ago
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“..It was three months since she had looked at herself,—and gave vent to a cry. She had just dazzled herself. She was beautiful and lovely; she could not help agreeing with Toussaint and her mirror. ”
— Les Misérables, Cosette ( Illustrated by Lynd Ward, 1938 )
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dannymillerfansite · 18 days ago
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Emmerdale's Danny Miller marries girlfriend Steph Jones in star-studded ceremony
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Ex Emmerdale actor Danny Miller has tied the knot with long-term girlfriend Steph Jones.
The pair, who share four-month-old son Albert, said 'I do' in a stunning ceremony surrounded by family, friends and celebrity guests.
Danny's former Emmerdale co-star Adam Thomas acted as one of the ushers, while his I’m A Celebrity campmate David Ginola flew in from France to join the celebrations.
The Aaron Dingle actor's former on-screen mum Lucy Pargeter – who plays Chas Dingle in the ITV soap - also made the guest-list alongside Isobel Steele, Jeff Hordley and Dominic Brunt.
Sharing the news with The Sun, an insider said: "Danny and Steph had an amazing day with all their loved ones.
“It was really romantic but there were also lots of laughs.
"Albert had a big part to play and everyone said how special it was to have him there," the source added.
Just two weeks ago, Danny told reporters how 'stressed' he was with the preparations for the big day - while admitting his overwhelming excitement to marry 'the love of his life.
The pair got engaged early in 2021 after Danny popped the question on a holiday to St Lucia.
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moviesteve · 27 days ago
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Mirror https://bit.ly/3RNqPXd The 2012 Greatest Films of All Time poll, conducted every decade by Sight and Sound magazine, has Andrei Tarkovsky’s Mirror at number 19. On the Critics’ Poll, at any rate. The poll of directors places it even higher, at number 9. So directors like it more than critics, who like it more than the general public, I’m guessing. Because Mirror is non-linear, plotless affair, a ruminative, nostalgic bask in the past, autobiographical to a large extent, tracing, hopscotch style, Tarkovsky’s early life with a young mother and an absent father – the war was on and dad was fighting the Nazis. The word “oneiric” (dreamlike) is often wheeled out. It’s been called Tarkovsky’s … Read more
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pasolinienne · 27 days ago
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The Mirror 1974
Andrei Tarkovsky
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Great pics by a great actress! 👌
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falsenote · a month ago
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The Mirror (1975) // The Night (1992)
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2022ya · 2 months ago
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FRACTURED PATH
The Mirror #3
by J C Cervantes
Disney Hyperion | Jul 19 | 9781368046404
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1965—San Francisco, California The 1960s are bursting with music and movement and love in San Francisco, perfect for a budding artist like Blake. Unfortunately, the art world is not welcoming to people of her gender or her multi-racial heritage, making it tough to land an internship that could put her on the map. That, plus the fact that Blake’s family has been notoriously riddled with bad luck, makes her feel like she can’t catch a break. Things only get worse when Blake starts to have ominous, confusing visions that grow stronger and more frequent, prompting Blake’s aunt and uncle to tell her about a long-lost family heirloom that could be the key to everything Fueled by the ambiguous clues in her visions, Blake sets out on a journey through the city to retrieve her ancestors’ legendary mirror. But Blake is not the only one looking for it. Soon she must attempt to unleash her own dormant powers . . . or else risk all she holds dear.
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wordofthewolf · 2 months ago
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The Mirror
Kerzi had taken the quest as a solo act. She had a team that she relied on but they were several days’ travel away and she could not wait while some other party of adventurers swooped in. She was territorial about this region of Gallia. She was building her own legend and it was necessary to be on everybody’s lips if you wanted to be a legend. She had crept into the old castle quickly enough,…
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timotheescloset · 2 months ago
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Mirror (1975) dir. Andrei Tarkovsky
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2headedfilmfanatic · 3 months ago
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“The Mirror” by François Schuiten
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serenaspark · 3 months ago
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"my name is walter hartwell white, this is my confession... hank called me bald"
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rainingmusic · 3 months ago
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Spooky Tooth - The Mirror
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Dream Theater -  The Mirror
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elizabethanism · 4 months ago
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"We're getting more and more distant, and I can't do anything about it."
🎬 The Mirror (1975) / dir. Andrei Tarkovsky
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pablolf · 4 months ago
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The Mirror was something that I thought was really interesting when I watched it because I was like, ‘This doesn’t have a story.’ I hadn’t heard anything about the film. I had watched all of Tarkovsky’s films with a beginning, middle and end, with a narrative, and this had this weird kind of flashback, flash-forward thing. Is it a dream? Is it reality? What does this mean? What does that mean? It became this kind of art piece. I had watched art installations and interpretive dance, a whole myriad of art that’s very lateral and very outside of the box of what you would deem “art.” I kind of went, ‘Wow, here’s a filmmaker who is using all the narrative tricks in the book.’ By the way, narrative tricks that I never learned about technically. I never learned about flashbacks in film school because I didn’t go to film school. It was super interesting and I loved it. It also really hones my appreciation of Soviet-era glass, the lenses in that film. I had heard reports that he was given a 3:1 ratio, basically, or a 2.5:1 ratio in his film stock. And coming from a short film world where we were using re-cans and we were using donated stock and we were using stock that we bought ourselves after having worked at the pinball parlor, to know that a filmmaker can make a work of art like that with a ratio of 2:1 or 3:1 or whatever it was, was hugely inspirational. It showed me that it’s not about big Hollywood budgets. It’s not about having all the time in the world. It’s not about being able to do thousands of takes. Creating film art is about making the right choices on the day and being super diligent about making sure that you’re not putting any ingredients into the soup that are going to corrupt it.
Greig Fraser: 5 Films That Made Me Want to Be a Cinematographer
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