The change, though it was made without noise, drew back the film
from the placid look at the white ceiling, and he looked most affectionately at me.
The stars ahead dim no more than if a film
of mist had been drawn under unobserved, but the deep airboom on our skin changes to a joyful shout.
The thought had the same sort of physical discomfort as is caused by a film
of mist always coming between the eyes and the printed page.
Her gown was of a soft white silky stuff that clung to her round young figure like a fish's skin, and it was rippled over with the gracefulest little fringy films
of lace; she had deep, tender eyes, with long, curved lashes; and she had peachy cheeks, and a dimpled chin, and such a dear little rosebud of a mouth; and she was so dovelike, so pure, and so gracious, so sweet and so bewitching.
She who had been married for years and had borne two children without ever having had the joy of one overwhelming kiss, would find romance at last, for an hour, as she identified herself with the charming heroines of the films
For example, Bad Boys was only expected to gross about $5 million overseas but the film
generated $75 million in international box-office receipts.
like label sleeves is also unlikely to be shipped from overseas because it needs a temperature-controlled environment.
There are many factors that can impact the amount of royalties paid to various contributors to a film
. One is whether the royalties are based on net profits or first-dollar-gross.
The Society of the Spectacle is a feature-length film
essay--Debord's own adaptation of his renowned work of cultural and political history and theory.
Then I went to Concordia University for three years and I did courses in film
Along with the questionnaires, the method of presentation for each film
was an important factor in the exercise.
"Seeing a film
that was just so queer but so not, at the same time, was this voice that I'd never heard," gushes Brocka, who is also an occasional Advocate columnist.