A MOVIE LOVER’S SEARCH FOR ROMANCE: DATING TIP #7

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Remember, as in the Bridges of Madison County, love can catch you unaware. Be open. I once met a man on the subway while vacationing in New York City. We loved each other, but the relationship didn’t last. He still occasionally calls and texts. Even if the relationship doesn’t endure, the good feelings may remain for the rest of your life.

A MOVIE LOVER’S FAVORITES TO GET YOU THROUGH THE PANDEMIC #13: Babette’s Feast

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A Movie Lover’s Favorites to help you through the pandemic #13: Babette’s Feast (1987). This movie won the 1987 Academy Award for Best Foreign Film. If you like cooking shows you’ll love this lyrical movie. It contains one of my favorite cinematic lines: “An Artist is never poor. “ Slowly sip a good glass of wine and enjoy.image-25-e1476259222357

A MOVIE LOVER’S FAVORITES TO GET YOU THROUGH THE PANDEMIC #11: Seymour: An Introduction

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A Movie Lover’s Favorites to get you through the pandemic #11: Seymour: An Introduction (2015.) This meditative documentary tells the story of Seymour Bernstein, former concert pianist and teacher to world-class pianists. The movie exquisitely illustrates what the life of an artist looks like. True confession – I was so moved I wept. Even if you don’t care about classical music this film is worth watching.

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A MOVIE LOVER’S FAVORITES TO GET YOU THROUGH THE PANDEMIC #3: Wings of Desire

A Movie Lover’s favorites to get you through the pandemic #3: Wings of Desire (1987). This German movie is the cinematic equivalent of great jazz. It’s a mood piece about an angel who tires of helping others and falls in love with a woman. The scene where they meet will stir your soul. The film is poetic and haunting. Watch it with someone you love and you will love them more deeply when it’s over.

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