setting-the-stage

A recent college grad finding her role on the world's stage

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otfilms:

When Edward (Richard Gere) snaps the necklace case down on Vivian’s (Julia Roberts) fingers, was improvised by Gere, and Roberts’s reaction, laughter, was totally natural. The filmmakers liked it so much, they decided to leave it in. (x)
Pretty Woman (1990)

otfilms:

When Edward (Richard Gere) snaps the necklace case down on Vivian’s (Julia Roberts) fingers, was improvised by Gere, and Roberts’s reaction, laughter, was totally natural. The filmmakers liked it so much, they decided to leave it in. (x)

Pretty Woman (1990)

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avasgal:

"Ava had great inner warmth that, for instance, I never saw in Lana Turner. Lana was a little more aware of being a star. I don’t think that Ava thought about it that way. She was down. She was Ava, not Ava Gardner the star. She never believed that the image that they saw was what she really was. And she resented that that image made people expect something, when she wanted to be herself." 
-Lena Horne

avasgal:

"Ava had great inner warmth that, for instance, I never saw in Lana Turner. Lana was a little more aware of being a star. I don’t think that Ava thought about it that way. She was down. She was Ava, not Ava Gardner the star. She never believed that the image that they saw was what she really was. And she resented that that image made people expect something, when she wanted to be herself."

-Lena Horne

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