Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Beauty Break: Vanessa Redgrave, Bewitching in Any Season

"If ever I would leave you,
How could it be in springtime?
Knowing how in Spring I'm bewitched by you so?
Oh, no, not in springtime!


Summer...


Winter...


Or Fall!


No, never could I leave you at all!"

7 comments:

Sara said...

PENELOPE CRUZ AND JAVIER BARDEM GOT MARRIED. sorry. i can't help but announce it everywhere i go. the news frazzles and bedazzles me.

billybil said...

You didn't show the true beauty from Camelot the movie - Franco Nero!

Luke said...

How they managed to make this woman so dowdy in Julia is a feat!

vg21 said...

Beautiful! She is so much like Natasha in this video.

IslandLiberal said...

Her appearance in "A Man for all Seasons" in this same period is one of the weirdest little cinematic moments I can recall: she plays Anne Boleyn, for about two seconds, and has no dialogue (but she looks pretty; you can see why Robert Shaw was ready to axe poor Sir Thomas over her).

Seisgrados said...

I wasn't going to tell, but I was around 12 years old when I first watched Camelot on TV, and Franco Nero's hairy chest in that movie is the first erotic memory I can recall. Now I said it.

Hayden said...

The existence of so many brilliant and unique British actresses her age makes me all the more baffled by Helen Mirren's rise to prominence over the past decade. I don't mean that as an insult--Dame Helen's a lot of fun and undoubtably talented. Her career trajectory of late just seems more...strategized...than her English peers. There's this strange can-do-no-wrong reverence for Dame Helen when I definitely consider her to be one of the more overrated women of her generation.