you made a good point.
Posted by P. Bingham on March 11, 1998 at 13:03:54:
In response to Star style, written by Valerie McKnight on March 10, 1998 at 23:45:33
Some styles, whether hair or clothing or even personal habits, just are not very appealing to the modern viewer. Would you watch a movie where the main character is supposed to be wonderfully handsome and debonnaire but his clothes are always sweaty and they look so dirty you can almost smell them? And he obviously doesn't brush his teeth? (I don't mean those action-adventure movies, either, where the characters are supposed to be dirty) Well, strike that, oops!, some women actually like that sort of thing! I did enjoy Persuation, though, and it definately did have that grimy look to it, so did the Horseman of the Roof. The sweat and dirt and grime was handled, I think, very well, and I suppose it endeared me more to the movie for its authentisism.
- Grime Valerie Mc. 22:09:38 3/11/98 (0)
- Horseman on the Roof!!!Yesyesyesyes! HtF,S! *sigh* and also Marie Bernadette 14:21:36 3/11/98 (4)
- which Heathcliff? P. Bingham 22:01:00 3/11/98 (3)
- The Ralph Fienne Heathcliff. Did I spell his name right? nfm Marie Bernadette 00:44:31 3/12/98 (2)
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