By phone, by post, by email, I’ve gotten queries for the many other women with my name: a literary novelist, a queer rabbi, a bee expert, a marathoner, a medical practitioner, someone landscaping their property in Texas.
How many missent or dead letters have you received?
I love these foreign posters for Dead Man Down (opens tomorrow).
New poster for Dead Man Down.
All You Zombies - The Hooters
What would New York or Shanghai look like with a full sky of brilliant stars? Thierry Cohen, a French photographer, thinks he can show us by blending city scenes — shot and altered to eliminate lights and other distractions — and the night skies from less populated locations that fall on the same latitudes. The result is what city dwellers might see in the absence of light pollution. So Paris gets the stars of northern Montana, New York those of the Nevada desert. As Cohen, whose work will be exhibited at the Danziger Gallery in New York in March, sees it, the loss of the starry skies, accelerated by worldwide population growth in cities, has created an urbanite who “forgets and no longer understands nature.” He adds, “To show him stars is to help him dream again.”
Jean-Paul Belmondo & Catherine Deneuve in La Sirène du Mississipi - 1969