. . . LOVES ME NOT.

Anthropologist Helen Fisher says: “People live for love. They kill for love, they die for love. They have songs, poems, novels, sculptors, paintings, myths and legends.”

IF YOU WANT A THING YOU CAN’T HAVE…DO YOU  REALLY  WANT IT?

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MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1945

MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1945

The war has ended. I’ve gone to thirty movies this year while the world became safe for democracy. I’ve enjoyed a few heartwarming family films this year (“Christmas in Connecticut” “Our Vine Has Tender Grapes” “A Tree Grows In Brooklyn.”) But mostly my favorite movie fare shows the dark and twisted side of love. Here are my favorites…in alphabetical order ~

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