"I became very attached to the characters, very fond of them. They stayed with me, all of my life, actually. It was painful, thrilling, all those things when you enter another persona. Yes, you carry some of it with you into your real life. But it was down there on paper. John’s attitude to all actors, if we asked any questions about our characters, was, ‘Hey, I wrote it, but I gave it to you. By this time you should know more about her than I do.’ It belonged to you. It was wonderful." — Gena Rowlands

"I became very attached to the characters, very fond of them. They stayed with me, all of my life, actually. It was painful, thrilling, all those things when you enter another persona. Yes, you carry some of it with you into your real life. But it was down there on paper. John’s attitude to all actors, if we asked any questions about our characters, was, ‘Hey, I wrote it, but I gave it to you. By this time you should know more about her than I do.’ It belonged to you. It was wonderful." — Gena Rowlands

sexandmanhattan:

Se03 Ep02

sexandmanhattan:

Se03 Ep02

mesogeios:

Russian Ballet - St. Petersburg (Photo: Leslie Rosenthal)

mesogeios:

Russian Ballet - St. Petersburg (Photo: Leslie Rosenthal)


Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of River of No Return, 1953.

Marilyn Monroe photographed on the set of River of No Return, 1953.

carolefreakinglombard:

Carole Lombard playing tennis

carolefreakinglombard:

Carole Lombard playing tennis

allonsyforever:

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