|spirito: deneuve over bardot??!!||colker|
Sep 4, 2002 3:11 PM
|as much timeless, classic and a real pro(actress) deneuve is, bardot is the just the total primitive feminine force and i believe it rules over deneuve's civilized, complex, neurotic(aaaahh. hit me baby!) force..|
|what can i say ......||Spirito|
Sep 4, 2002 4:30 PM
|me likes what i likes.
women that turn me on in the head are the one's i fall for. curiousity kills this cat and the more complex the better.
if we were choosing between brunnettes you be singing the beauty of Claudia Cardinale whilst i would be stunned by Charlotte Rampling. anna parillaud vs. sean young. cameron diaz vs. angelina jolie. betty rubble vs. wilma flintstone.
im sure you have probably seen both films but the young italian driver's french girlfriend in Frenkenheimers Grand Prix (forget her name) and Vanessa Paradis in Girl on the Bridge are both great characters of total seductivity. im still looking for a Beatrice Dalle of my own.
as a rule i have given up on dating actresses, models, shop girls and waitresses but as their the only one's i meet im always breaking rules.
che sera sera
|rules x attractions||colker|
Sep 5, 2002 6:28 AM
|i understand, aggree and follow the same line(even when i don't want to). women are the best way to: |
get in trouble/ go to heaven. the ones we fall for? the ones that chose us..
i haven't seen girl on the bridge... i must. i need. i adore vanessa paradis. what about that pop video? vanessa in a beach shack? ohhhh...
i've seen grand prix when i was a kid and i must see it again.claudia..i love that name.
beatrice dalle. total danger. you like flirting with danger don't you? like a friend of mine says: it's one of those women that can take a man to suicide.
|Bardot in her prime was maybe the best ever...||cory|
Sep 5, 2002 7:22 AM
|Of course her prime ended when she was about 17, but still. . .|
|re: deneuve over bardot??!!||Fredrico|
Sep 18, 2002 12:58 PM
|Who? You're showing your age, guys. I mentioned the anchor woman for a show I'm working on reminded me of Katherine Deneuve. She has that vulnerable, boored, wouldn't you just love to know what I'm thinking about look that drives men crazy. None of the studio people knew who I was talking about. Katherine who?
Saw a picture of Bardot a few years ago and she still seemed to have the spark of her youthful sexuality, as if she matured, but didn't really age, much to her credit. I wonder what Marilyn Monroe would be like if she were still alive? Nothing like Elizabeth Taylor, I'm sure.
And where are the Bardots and Deneuves today? Or has Hollywood always been bereft of such icons?
Sep 20, 2002 11:46 AM
|I'll take Deneuve, thanks. Bardot's sex-kittenish look never did it for me and though I never saw Catherine Deneuve in the "flesh", she exuded a lot of class as well as beauty.|| |