SCREEN | Breathless




Flights are such a great opportunity to sit and watch classic films. When else do you have a chunk of time to sit still with no distractions? I had seen Breathless in college, and again a few years ago, but I re-watched it a few days ago; it's one of those films you could watch once a year. There's always even more to it than the time before. I found myself not wanting to descend.

11 comments:

Eleonora Festari said...

This movie is a precious pearl.
Et Jean Seberg est delicieuse!

Amielle said...

I've never heard of it before but definitely adding it to my 'to watch' list!

david said...

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Second Floor Flat said...

Best.movie.(style).ever.

adaywithjenn said...

Like Amielle I've never heard of the movie but I definitely know these images of Jean Seberg. Such style. French chic! will be looking for Breathless to watch!

Anonymous said...

My favorite Jean Seberg film is Bobjour Tristesse 1958.

mamavalveeta03 said...

Could Jean Seberg have been any more beautiful? (I don't think so!)Easily as iconic as Audrey Hepburn.

sweet harvest moon said...

So pretty!

Anonymous said...

Jean and Jean Paul Belmondo..what a combination! Jeanne's hair is what I always end up with from way back...she was a icon whether she liked it or not and was hounded into an early death.

Anonymous said...

She looks like Yolanda Edwards, from Martha Stewart, Matthew Hranek's wife.

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