"Shall we just have a cigarette on it?"
Now, Voyager (1942)
Liv Ullmann: "I was always reading a book in-between takes and once I looked up and they were still doing a lot with the camera…and…and I…looked up and Sven Nykvist, the cinematographer, was doing things with the camera and then, there, doing nothing…was Ingmar and he was just…looking at me. And I knew…he…he felt something for me.” (x)
Jean-Louis Trintignant photographed by Angelo Frontoni, 1962.
You saw nothing in Hiroshima.
8½ (1963) - Federico Fellini
Jeanne Moreau / Ascenseur pour l’échafaud (1958)
Arthur said they’d wait for night to do the job, out of respect for second-rate thrillers. How do we kill all that time? asked Odile. Franz had read about an American who’d done the Louvre in nine minutes 45 seconds. They’d do better.
Marlene Dietrich photographed by Milton Greene, 1952
Det sjunde inseglet (Ingmar Bergman, 1957)