more stars than in the heavens

not in our stars, but in ourselves

Long time, no see.

Hello, reader(s).  It’s been a while.  I apologize: for the past month or more, I’ve been completely lacking in motivation, time, inspiration, etc., etc.  I haven’t wanted to watch anything, much less write about it, and so it’s been terribly quiet here.  Sorry, kids.  But I do have a review brewing, and should post that by tomorrow.  And maybe I’ll get back into the swing of things after that.  I can’t promise anything except trying to do better.

In the meantime, here’s the most recent accomplishment of mine.  My place of employment very much encourages us all to dress up for Halloween, and this I duly did.  With even more profound apologies to Rita Hayworth, I dressed up as Gilda:

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Maybe not perfect, but I think I did okay:

1946: Rita Hayworth (1918 - 1987) plays the sexy title role in the wartime film noir 'Gilda', directed by Charles Vidor. (Photo by Robert Coburn Sr.)

 

Naturally, very few people knew who I was, but that’s fine.  I got lots of compliments, and I think I’ll wear that dress every day, and maybe that was the shot in the arm I need to remember that I really, really derive a lot of pleasure out of movies and should start thinking about/doing things with them again a lot more often.  It’s the little things, you know?

More soon.  I promise.

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