Review Date: 12-23-12
Runtime: 104 minutes
Period: 1920s-ish, Spain
Costume Designer: Paco Delgado
Okay, if you think that Les Misérables has great costumes, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Paco Delgado, the designer of Les Mis, hits a homerun with the silent, black-and-white (Spanish) adaptation of the Snow White story, Blancanieves. Let’s put it this way – his is the first in the main title credits. That says something. This is masterful work, and for me, his breathtaking work on Les Mis pales in comparison to his absolutely genius work in Blancanieves.
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Hello Frocktalkers! So sorry for the long absence. I took a vacation after the end of this last film, and I really enjoyed the R and R. I didn’t realize how much I needed it. So much has happened in the interim, and I am looking forward to getting back on track here at Frocktalk, and to bringing you the latest news from our world!
Part of living a balanced life in the film industry is giving back. Much as Hollywood would like to think it’s possible, we can’t really live in a vacuum for any sustained amount of time without turning into giant @$$holes. Recognizing need in the world and addressing it makes a huge difference – not only to those in need, but to one’s own personal growth. I am here to tell you that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and I am asking you to get involved!!!
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