Marianne Faithfull, pictured at Heathrow Airport en-route to an Italian pop festival, 1967.
“I mean, I was always that girl growing up who you could find dancing down supermarket aisles. It’s that sense of not feeling inhibited. Dancing in supermarkets is my favorite thing.”
Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.
— Natalie Dormer
Benedict Cumberbatch and Juliette Lewis, August: Osage County rap party
from the beginning to the end.
"What it felt like to be so wanted, so adored! No one had ever felt like that about me. It was all so dramatic, too. Always in the wee small hours when it seemed to Bogie and me that the world was ours - that we were the world. At those times were were. ” ―Lauren Bacall on Humphrey Bogart
"She is like the tide, she comes, she goes, she runs to me… In my poor and tormented youth, I had always dreamed of this woman And now, when this dream occasionally returns, I extend an arm and she is here, by my side. If you have not met or known her, you have lost much in life"― Richard Burton on Elizabeth Taylor
"Yes, I’ve been known to like ladies…and I do. But with her, it’s different. Everything about her is different than with any other gal. ” ―Clark Gable on Carole Lombard
”Our love was deep and true, even though the fact that we couldn’t live with each other any more than we couldn’t live without each other sometimes made it hard for outsiders to understand. All I know is that if Frank had lost me or I’d lost him during those months, our worlds would have been shattered. ” ―Ava Gardner on Frank Sinatra
”Sexiness wears thin after a while and beauty fades, but to be married to a man who makes you laugh every day, ah, now that’s a real treat. ” ―Joanne Woodward on Paul Newman
” realize that the memories I cherish most are not the first night successes, but of simple, everyday things: walking through our garden in the country after rain; sitting outside a cafe in Provence, drinking the vin de pays; staying at a little hotel in an English market town with Larry, in the early days after our marriage, when he was serving in the Fleet Air Arm, and I was touring Scotland, so that we had to make long treks to spend weekends together.” ” ―Vivien Leigh on Laurence Olivier