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(350) 6.9 98 min 2017

Love, Cecil is a movie starring Rupert Everett, David Bailey, and Manolo Blahnik. Respected photographer, artist and set designer, Cecil Beaton. was best known for his Academy Award-winning work, designing for such award-winning...

Hamish Bowles, David Bailey, Manolo Blahnik, Rupert Everett
Biography, Documentary
Lisa Immordino Vreeland

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Documentary
Director Lisa Immordino Vreeland
Stars Hamish Bowles, David Bailey, Manolo Blahnik, Rupert Everett
Country USA
Also Known As Te quiero, Cecil Beaton, Rakkaudella, Cecil Beaton, Med kärlek, Cecil
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Respected photographer, artist and set designer, Cecil Beaton. was best known for his Academy Award-winning work, designing for such award-winning films such as Gigi (1958) and My Fair Lady (1964). The film features archive footage and interviews with various models, artists and filmmakers who worked closely with Beaton during his illustrious career. Beaton was not only a dazzling chronicler of his time, but a supreme arbiter of its tastes. From the Bright Young Things, to the front lines of World War II, and from the international belle monde and the pages of Vogue to a role as the Queen's official photographer, Beaton embodied the cultural and political schisms of the twentieth century. In this warm - though critical - portrait, which blends archival footage and photographs with voice over from Beaton's famed diaries to capture his legacy as a complex and unique creative force. Dynamic and lyrical, Love, Cecil (2017) is an examination of Beaton's singular sense of the visual, which dictated a style and set standards of creativity that continue to resonate and inspire today.

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Saturday, 26 Sep 2020 04:27

This documentary examines the complicated relationship between Adele, a record producer and star of the legendary, '90s pop group Adele, and producer Thomas Bangalter, who would go on to create a successful record label. They meet and speak at a banquet and then as they do their business of receiving adoring fans, they sing songs about their relationship. In an interview on the show, they discuss their feelings about their time together. They are shown footage of the two collaborating and their chemistry is shown by the way they move. They discuss the limitations and limitations of working with each other, the fact that they were not exposed to the outside world and many other subjects. The documentary explores how they changed their lives and the changing pressures placed on them and their friendship. The way they answered the questions posed by the interviewers was amazing. What is great about this documentary is that it did not only reveal the back story of the relationship between the two men, it also explores the behind the scenes of the decision to collaborate on the record they would make together. The question that was asked of them was, "what was the motivation?" They say they didn't have one. They show clips of Bangalter's promotional activities before they met, but never the creative process. This documentary shows that they had great chemistry and that they both loved music. It shows the working and working of Bangalter and how their relationship began. It shows the limitations they faced while making the record. They explain that they only had a few songs. They reveal that they did not have a good understanding of the music industry, and they discovered that they were afraid of success and doing anything differently to prove to themselves that they were wrong and the record would be a success. They say the record was inspired by a conversation between Bangalter and an ex-girlfriend. They say the music was a big part of their love of each other, and the romance was used to create that love. They say they had great chemistry and that they had an amazing friendship, and that they were a team. The documentary shows the differences in their personalities and how their personalities changed during their time together. They reveal that they were such close friends. The question was, "What was going through the minds of two people so quickly in such a short time?" They said that their love was the spark that lit the fire of their creative genius, and that it was not the music or the label, but the chemistry. They reveal that when they became friends they began to see the difference between the two men. The music helped
Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 22:40

I felt as if I was experiencing the drama of someone I knew and someone I had a real relationship with, almost as if I was a party guest at a gay bar in love, but now it's coming to an end. I had no idea when I went to see this film that it was going to be so deep and serious. I think that some people may be offended by the gay or bisexual themes in this film, and I can understand that. It is an issue I have known and experienced since I was 13 and I don't feel comfortable writing a review about it. I feel I owe it to my readers to say what I think about this film. I felt I could only express my thoughts so eloquently, so I did not feel as if I needed to apologize or put my own words into words. I felt that this film did not make me feel uncomfortable, and it did not feel like I was being forced to deal with the issue. Instead, I felt the way I could if I had known someone who was experiencing the same thing. This was a difficult film to watch, because I felt so strongly about what I was seeing. I felt like I was a voyeur, but I did not feel like I was voyeuristic. I felt like I was witnessing something more than a voyeur. This is a film about the ins and outs of love and relationships and how they change you, but it is not about being a voyeuristic voyeur. It is about two people who are truly in love, and how they have to work through their personal issues and issues of their own to be in love. There is a subtext of the film that touches on homosexual issues, but I don't feel like it is anti-gay. I think this film is an eloquent depiction of the gay community, and what they are going through, but not necessarily in the context of being gay. I think this film is not really about being gay, because it is about being in love and what happens when you are in love. I was actually hoping to leave the theater feeling like this film was not being preachy or over-telling the issues that are going on in the world. But it was really interesting to me that the film has a very modern, contemporary feel to it, like I am now in my 40s. It is a film about the complexities of life, but it is also a film about love. It was also really interesting to me that it was shot in New York, and it was actually filmed in
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 14:06

Cecil B. DeMille's masterpiece, John Ford's The Birth of a Nation, was a movie with tremendous impact on American History. And it remains a landmark film that is still taught in schools today. The movie was inspired by a massacre at Harper's Ferry, Virginia, in 1865 when four black men were brutally lynched by a mob for simply trying to drink a beer from a White Water Folly. This was the most vicious lynching in American history. The movie centers around the shooting death of Col. Rhodes by a black officer named "Peach" Nelson. Peaches kills the four men and then dismembers the corpses with an axe, leaving the bodies hanging in the creek where they were found. In the movie, the world of the Confederate army is described as "tight." The soldiers were always confident in their leadership and the morale was always high. When two of their officers were assassinated during the Civil War, the group becomes further afraid. The movie goes into the background of the entire Confederacy. The movie is directed by Francis Ford Coppola, who was one of the best directors of the 70's. The main difference between the director and the movie is that the director's eye for detail is evident. He creates a world that is full of colors, not only in the clothes, but in the buildings and in the vehicles as well. The movie can be viewed in two ways. One way is that it is an accurate depiction of the Confederate army. This is an interesting way of viewing the movie because it allows the viewer to see the glory of the army and the general feeling of being at war. The other way to view the movie is that it is a story of the period. It is about what happened on the battlefield, but also about the prejudices that came with the changing of the political power in America. Coppola is trying to show the brutality and brutality that was put upon black people in the South during this time period. He is trying to show that racism was an issue and there were people that were not accepting of black people. The movie also is telling the story of the women. The women were very important in the film because the men were fighting for the country, but not being able to get the right kind of attention from their wives. Coppola shows that it was women who took part in the war and did it for the sake of their husbands. This movie was very controversial, but it is interesting to see the reaction from other film makers. The movie has earned a lot of controversy and

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