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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This is Saturday, traditionally the most packed day of the convention. The above photo is from when I tried to board the trolley at Old Town at 9:15 AM. It was like Tokyo rush hour… no one could even get ON the train; it was already full to capacity. In any case, I started my day at 8:30 AM and I am just now getting home at 12:37 AM to post. I have so many pictures, so many good stories, and so many crazy things to tell. I will tell you one story now, and post the others when I get back to LA on Sunday night/Monday. The story I am going to tell you involves Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.
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