Goodbye to the sublimely brilliant & beautiful Jeanne Moreau July 31st 2017
“Moreau was a new kind of heroine, whose glamour had no gloss, whose elegance had no airs, who seemed to burst fussy constraints with every word she spoke, every glance she shot, every step she took” -Richard Brody The New Yorker
3 thoughts on “Goodbye to the sublimely brilliant & beautiful Jeanne Moreau July 31st 2017”
Oh, how sad. I don’t know why French women are born so beautiful! She was one of the best.
I’ve only seen her in “Jules et Jim”, a memorable performance. I never forget that scene where she talks, symbolically and in English, about the hypotenuse of a triangle!
Oh she is so special. I haven’t seen Jules et Jim in such a long time, but since she passed we were talking about watching it this week! You should watch her in The Bride Wore Black, first of all, she’s fabulous in it, and as a film you’d enjoy the homage to Hitchcock as it’s a very cheeky mystery thriller! Cheers to you my friend, always great to see you here at The Last Drive In…