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https://flic.kr/p/C1d44T | Jean Reno and Sergio Castellitto in Le Grand Bleu (1988) | French postcard by Ciné Passion, no. GB 1. Photo: publicity still for Le Grand Bleu (Luc Besson, 1988).  Jean Reno (1948) is a Moroccan-born French actor of Spanish descent, with a low-key raspy voice. He became known for his many roles in films by director Luc Besson, including Le Grand Bleu/The Big Blue (1988), Nikita  (1990), and Léon: The Professional  (1994). Working in French, English, Japanese…

https://flic.kr/p/C1d44T | Jean Reno and Sergio Castellitto in Le Grand Bleu (1988) | French postcard by Ciné Passion, no. GB 1. Photo: publicity still for Le Grand Bleu (Luc Besson, 1988). Jean Reno (1948) is a Moroccan-born French actor of Spanish descent, with a low-key raspy voice. He became known for his many roles in films by director Luc Besson, including Le Grand Bleu/The Big Blue (1988), Nikita (1990), and Léon: The Professional (1994). Working in French, English, Japanese…

This photo gives me the chills. It captures beauty, terror, and power all  at once. Not to go all pseudo-intellectual on you, but this reminds me of a  philosophy class I took in college in which we discussed beauty and its  role in evolution. Does our appreciation of beauty help us survive as a  species? Sure. But I believe it goes well beyond that. ;)  Oh, and just in case you want to hear it, click here to listen to Electric  Feel.   PURPLE OR BLACK? #151A1D / AUBERGINE #392B3D / ROYAL…

This photo gives me the chills. It captures beauty, terror, and power all at once. Not to go all pseudo-intellectual on you, but this reminds me of a philosophy class I took in college in which we discussed beauty and its role in evolution. Does our appreciation of beauty help us survive as a species? Sure. But I believe it goes well beyond that. ;) Oh, and just in case you want to hear it, click here to listen to Electric Feel. PURPLE OR BLACK? #151A1D / AUBERGINE #392B3D / ROYAL…

Audrey Hepburn To be considered one of the most beautiful and iconic women of the golden age of Hollywood is quite the honor, and if anyone qualifies for that title it has got to be Audrey Hepburn. Starting as a ballet dancer she got a role in the Broadway play, Gigi. Two years later, she solidified her place in Hollywood history by winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA award all for her role in the 1953 film Roman Holiday. Hepburn is the only actress in history to win all three…

Audrey Hepburn To be considered one of the most beautiful and iconic women of the golden age of Hollywood is quite the honor, and if anyone qualifies for that title it has got to be Audrey Hepburn. Starting as a ballet dancer she got a role in the Broadway play, Gigi. Two years later, she solidified her place in Hollywood history by winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA award all for her role in the 1953 film Roman Holiday. Hepburn is the only actress in history to win all three…

Limzy (@lovelimzy) | No matter where you're from, your dreams are valid. -Lupita Nyong'o I just spent the last weekend watching the achingly beautiful 12 Years A Slave. Here's a pastel blue gown @lupitanyongo wore to receive her Oscars for her role Patsey in the movie. Truly deserving, shining inside out, I am officially fangirling her! | Intagme - The Best Instagram Widget

Limzy (@lovelimzy) | No matter where you're from, your dreams are valid. -Lupita Nyong'o I just spent the last weekend watching the achingly beautiful 12 Years A Slave. Here's a pastel blue gown @lupitanyongo wore to receive her Oscars for her role Patsey in the movie. Truly deserving, shining inside out, I am officially fangirling her! | Intagme - The Best Instagram Widget

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