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New York Spring Spectacular Opening Arrivals

Marisa Berenson - Opening night for The New York Spring Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall - Arrivals. at Radio City Music Hall,, Radio City Music Hall - New York City, New York, United States - Friday 27th March 2015

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2015 New York Spring Spectacular Opening Night

Marisa Berenson - 2015 New York Spring Spectacular Opening Night at Radio City Music Hall - Arrivals at Radio City Music hall - New York City, New York, United States - Thursday 26th March 2015

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Video - Michelle Williams Brings Edgy Glamour To The Louis Vuitton Foundation Inauguration

'My Week with Marilyn' star Michelle Williams, 'The Dark Knight Rises' actress Marion Cotillard and 'The Bling Ring' director Sofia Coppola were among the star arrivals at the inauguration of the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris. The building houses an art gallery and was opened to the public in October 2014.

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The Love Punch Trailer

Richard and Kate are middle-class and middle-aged parents who have come to the end of their marriage, finding it hardly possible to bear being in the same room together. However, as their daughter Sophie moves to university, they find themselves alone together and their lives are about to change dramatically. Richard has discovered that his investment firm has been the subject of a fraud scheme, stripping him of any assets including his and Kate's retirement fund. They decide to travel to Paris to target the man responsible and on the way discover that he has given his fiancée a diamond necklace worth $10 million. The couple must re-unite once again if they want to get their nest egg back, which they plan on doing by stealing the diamond with their best friends Jerry and Penelope. Meanwhile, it seems the animosity between Richard and Kate is beginning to wane.

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40th Anniversary Restoration Of "Cabaret"

Marisa Berenson - 40th Anniversary restoration of "Cabaret" New York NY United States Thursday 31st January 2013

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New York Premiere Of My Week With Marilyn At The Paris Theater

Marisa Berenson Sunday 13th November 2011 New York Premiere of My Week With Marilyn at the Paris Theater New York City, USA

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Valentino Garavani Is Honored With The 2011 Couture Council Award For Artistry Of Fashion Held At The David H. Kock Theater At Lincoln Center

Diane Von Furstenberg and Marisa Berenson - Diane Von Furstenberg, Marisa Berenson New York City,USA - Valentino Garavani is honored with the 2011 Couture Council Award for Artistry of Fashion held at the David H. Kock Theater at Lincoln Center Wednesday 7th September 2011

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Daphne Guinness, Anna Wintour, Diane Von Furstenberg and Valentino
Diane Von Furstenberg and Valentino
Diane Von Furstenberg and Valentino
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I Am Love [Io Sono L'Amore] Review

A bold approach to both story and themes makes this film deeply involving and utterly unforgettable. But it's rather oblique about its themes, so whether you like it or not will depend on how deeply you let it engulf you.

With his advancing age, fashion patriarch Edoardo Recchi (Ferzetti) gathers his family to announce that he's passing on the company to his grandson Edo (Parenti), bypassing his son Tandredi (Delbono). Tancredi's Russian-born wife Emma (Swinton) has dedicated her whole life to her family, but now that Edo is in charge and their other children (Rohrwacher and Zaccaro) are moving on with their lives, she starts looking around and notices Edo's chef friend Antonio (Gabbriellini), who is planning to open a restaurant with Edo. The spark between Emma and Antonio is unexpected and powerful.

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I Am Love Trailer

Emma is a Russian who's married to a wealthy Italian textiles manufacturer called Edoardo, they have a daughter and 2 sons and live in Milan. When Edoardo's father announces he's retiring and leaving the business to him and his first son Edoardo Jr an air of unease is brought over the family.

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Barry Lyndon Review

Stanley Kubrick's minor masterpiece is often overlooked -- even scorned -- by those who claim it to be pretentious and slow. Well, it is pretentious and slow, but it's still an exceptional film. In fact, it's probably my favorite period piece ever. Kubrick paints this film to look like an Old Master, with nary a hair out of place to take us from its early 1800s setting. It's gorgeous to look at, even if you don't dig Barry's story. But Ryan O'Neal turns in his best performance ever, bar none, as the title anti-hero, a middle-class Irish lad who joins the British army, finds success as a gambler, marries into money (and a heady title), and ends up duelling his stepson to the death. Barry -- over the course of decades -- ends up far worse than he began. His tragedy is a cautionary tale that speaks volumes even today. Hell, set it in New York in the 1990s-2000s, and you could make the exact same movie about Martha Stewart.

Death In Venice Review

Dirk Bogarde's mustache in Death in Venice stands as one of the most disturbing hairstyles ever put on film. Combined with his semi-shaggy banker's do and his 1910s attire (say, sitting on the beach in a white three-piece suit), his appearance is unforgettable even if this movie is relatively otherwise.

Hopelessly abstract to the point of silliness, Death in Venice follows Bogarde's Gustav, a composer, on a holiday to Venice where he's meant to relax. Instead he becomes obsessed with the very idea of "beauty." It's hard to blame him -- he encounters a procession of ugly goons throughout his stay, and the already crumbling city is under seige by an outbreak of cholera. You can almost understand why he's looking for something pretty, but when his gaze lands on an androgynous teenage boy (Björn Andrésen) the film becomes beyond troubling. Gustav chases after the kid for the remainder of the film, obsessing about the cholera but subconsciously engineering ways to keep himself from having to leave Venice.

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