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Vittorio Grigolo as Rodolfo and Angela Gheorghiu as Mimì in La bohème, The Royal Opera  © ROH / Catherine Ashmore 2014

Vittorio Grigolo as Rodolfo and Angela Gheorghiu as Mimì in La bohème, The Royal Opera © ROH / Catherine Ashmore 2014

Catherine Deneuve and Anne Vernon in Les parapluies de Cherbourg directed by Jacques Demy, 1964. Photo by Leo Weisse

Catherine Deneuve and Anne Vernon in Les parapluies de Cherbourg directed by Jacques Demy, 1964. Photo by Leo Weisse

Catherine Deneuve and her sister Francoise Dorleac perform a musical number in a scene from the film 'Les Demoiselles de Rochefort' directed by Jacques Demy, 1967

Catherine Deneuve and her sister Francoise Dorleac perform a musical number in a scene from the film 'Les Demoiselles de Rochefort' directed by Jacques Demy, 1967

Selma has emigrated with her son from Central Europe to America in 1964. Selma works day and night to save her son from the same disease she suffers from, a disease that inevitably will make her blind. But Selma has the energy to live because of her secret! When life feels tough she can pretend that she is in the wonderful world of musicals...just for a short moment. Released on 2000 Directed by: Lars von Trier  Starring: Björk, Catherine Deneuve and David Morse

Selma has emigrated with her son from Central Europe to America in 1964. Selma works day and night to save her son from the same disease she suffers from, a disease that inevitably will make her blind. But Selma has the energy to live because of her secret! When life feels tough she can pretend that she is in the wonderful world of musicals...just for a short moment. Released on 2000 Directed by: Lars von Trier Starring: Björk, Catherine Deneuve and David Morse

Nachtrag (früherer Post ist verschwunden), mein Film Nr. 31: BEGIERDE (THE HUNGER, GB 1983), Horrorfilm von Tony Scott mit David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve und Susan Sarandon, gesehen in einer Hommage an David Bowie im #Metropolis #Kino #Hamburg. In jüngeren Jahren hat der Film mich wohl mehr gegruselt, aber vor allem der Anfang des Films, begleitet durch den Auftritt der Band BAUHAUS mit ihrem Song BELA LUGOSI’S DEAD, hat mich immer noch begeistert.

Nachtrag (früherer Post ist verschwunden), mein Film Nr. 31: BEGIERDE (THE HUNGER, GB 1983), Horrorfilm von Tony Scott mit David Bowie, Catherine Deneuve und Susan Sarandon, gesehen in einer Hommage an David Bowie im #Metropolis #Kino #Hamburg. In jüngeren Jahren hat der Film mich wohl mehr gegruselt, aber vor allem der Anfang des Films, begleitet durch den Auftritt der Band BAUHAUS mit ihrem Song BELA LUGOSI’S DEAD, hat mich immer noch begeistert.

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