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87Louise in the UK: the guardian, Sight & Sound, NFT

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  • m_lawrence_uk
    Nov 25, 2006
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      the guardian, Friday 24 November 2006, film & music
      section page 8, Kiss me, deadly, article by David Thomson.
      Head-shot of Louise in wedding headdress from Pandora's Box on
      page 1, picture of Melanie Griffith from Something Wild and
      picture of Louise and Lederer from Pandora's Box on page 8.

      See full text of article at:
      http://arts.guardian.co.uk/filmandmusic/story/0,,1955159,00.html

      Sight & Sound, December 2006, page 4, The Bigger Picture -
      Looking for Lulu, big promo picture of Louise in The Canary
      Murder Case with a paragraph of text:
      Her iconic bob haircut is as much an emblem for cinema as
      Chaplin's moustache, and her frank on screen sexuality and off-screen
      reputation as a temperamental diva created a defining model for future
      femme fatales. Louise Brooks, who would have been 100 on November
      14th, was a star in the era of larger-than-life screen goddesses, yet
      in many ways she retains more of a potent appeal than any other. In
      December the National Film Theatre marks the occasion with a
      retrospective that includes a newly restored print of her most famous
      film, G.W. Pabst's 'Pandora's box'

      Also see details of NFT Brooks season at
      http://www.bfi.org.uk/incinemas/nft/seasons/brooks/


      Cheers


      Meredith