Old Hollywood
Cinema
1900-1979

Nostalgia is a seductive liar - George Wildman Ball
Luis Buñuel on the set of The Milky Way (w/ Edith Scob in her role as the Virgin Mary) (1969, dir. Luis Buñuel) 
"I gave up being religious as an adolescent. But do you think I no longer retain any elements of my Christian formation in my way of thinking? Among other things, such as sacred music, I can be profoundly moved by a ceremony honoring the Virgin, with novices in their white habits and the purity of their appearance."
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Luis Buñuel on the set of The Milky Way (w/ Edith Scob in her role as the Virgin Mary) (1969, dir. Luis Buñuel) 

"I gave up being religious as an adolescent. But do you think I no longer retain any elements of my Christian formation in my way of thinking? Among other things, such as sacred music, I can be profoundly moved by a ceremony honoring the Virgin, with novices in their white habits and the purity of their appearance."

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Edith Scob in Eyes Without a Face (1960, dir. Georges Franju)
"What pleases is what is terrible, gentle, and poetic."
-Georges Franju (1962)

Edith Scob in Eyes Without a Face (1960, dir. Georges Franju)

"What pleases is what is terrible, gentle, and poetic."

-Georges Franju (1962)