Wednesday, December 4th 2013
Let’s be real. We all know what we want to happen in the Man of Steel sequel.
La Blanche et la Noire de Félix Vallotton, 1913, huile sur toile, 114 x 147 cm, Winterthour, Fondation Hahnloser/Jäggli, Villa Flora
Léa Seydoux and Vincent Cassel on the cover of Premiére Magazine December 2013
R.I.P. Anne Boleyn (d. May 19 1536)
When the details of Anne’s life are viewed between the framework of these [her] social and cultural values, the modern conception of her as a femme fatale must be discarded. Establishing a valid explanation of her role at court that takes into consideration the beliefs and fears of the sixteenth-century Christendom and treats them with sensitivity is an useful undertaking, not only because historians owe it to the dead to depict them in a rational manner but also because the events of the Reformation will not be clearly understood until her crucial place in that revolution is sorted out. Retha M. Warnicke, The Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn (x)
"So long as you can have a job, at the outset you can say yes to anything. It’s only a matter of luck if in the end it turns out to be a good project."