Louise Brooks

public - created 10/27/03
"As soon as she comes on the screen, fiction disappears along with art, and one has the impression of watching a documentary. The camera seems to have caught her by surprise, almost without her knowing it. She is the intelligence of the cinematic process, of all that is photogenic; she embodies all that the cinema rediscovered in the last years of the silent film: complete naturalness and complete simplicity. Her art is so pure that it becomes invisible." Henri Langlois RSS Feed what is XML?

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Ah, exquisite train wreck.  topic
SF Silent Film Fest: Beggars of Life  topic
Louise Brooks: Lulu Forever  topic
Louise Brooks exhibit  topic
November events  topic
Lulu play reviewed in NY Times  topic
It's About Time!  topic
anna wintour bob.  topic
"Pandora's Box" screens in San Francisco  topic
Rare Louise Brooks trailers to be screened  topic
Screenings in San Francisco  topic
New Louise Brooks stuff at cafepress  topic
Diary of a Lost Girl  topic
Looking for Lulu - documentary  topic
new photo uploaded  topic
(image posted 01/13)  photo flag
Hello...Lulu~Lovers!  topic
New here & a Happy Birthday to Louise Brooks.  topic
Henri Langlois: The Phantom of the Cinémathèque  topic
RadioLulu  review
vintage lulu-inspired painting  topic
***** freeform radio  review
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Louise Brooks Society 10th Anniversary  topic
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