Dedications: My four late friends Rory, Stan, Bryan, Jeff - shine on you crazy diamonds, they would have blogged too. Then theres Garry from Brisbane, Franco in Milan, Mike now in S.F. / my '60s-'80s gang: Ned & Joseph in Ireland; in England: Frank, Des, Guy, Clive, Joe & Joe, Ian, Ivan, Nick, David, Les, Stewart, the 3 Michaels / Catriona, Sally, Monica, Jean, Ella, Anne, Candie / and now: Daryl in N.Y., Jerry, John, Colin, Martin and Donal.

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Scenes ....

Sometimes one just wants to revisit a particular scene or moment and just relish it.

A quiet evening in with the Sebastians back in 1940s Rio in NOTORIOUS.

That lazy Sunday afternoon preparing lunch in ACCIDENT.

One of the moments in the "Samba Saravah" number in UN HOMME ET UNE FEMME, like an early pop video where the images seem cut to the music.

The camera staying in the garden room in THIS HAPPY BREED as the parents in the garden are told of the family tragedy ...

The cosy cottage interior in THE QUIET MAN as Mary Kate Thornton prepares the evening meal.

The genius maraccas scene in SOME LIKE IT HOT as Daphne plays the maraccas to space out the laughs: "Why would a guy want to marry a guy?" "SECURITY!".

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