Monday, December 5, 2016

What Are We Without Each Other? #3

Jennifer Tilly's roles have always confounded me. Somewhere within her roles is a dangerous element that peeps out. It intrigues me this facility. Wonder if others see it. Then there is the beauty factor; strange as ever the way it plays with conformity, and doesn't succumb, but submits a version on its own terms. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 12/5/16

Sally Field had, and has a knack for pathos. It is an incredible gift acting, but embodying a feeling like this runs through her. What is beautiful, and lovely about her is the wide openness of mind, and the gifting of spirit she developed over time. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

Sam Elliot brought to the silver screen manliness unadulterated, or withered down to pacify some group intimidated by masculinity. It is a feature Creation developed to merge with feminine energies. How it is embodied defines the era, and the man. This contribution to human consciousness is unheralded, but fundamental to the development of boys to men. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

The timeless bottle she came from was indispensable to her myth, and the legend of a mystical beauty forever, it seems, bound in timeless qualities ever in the present. Marilyn Monroe. - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories

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