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The Ballad of Narayama 1958 Japanese Film, Movie Photo, Film Stills, Great Movies, Painting, Tv, Painting Art, Television Set, Paintings

Ballad of Narayama movie review (1958) | Roger Ebert

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens up between its origins in the kabuki style and its subject of starvation in a mountain village! The village enforces a tradition of carrying those who have reached the age of 70 up the side of mountain and abandoning them there to die of exposure.

Wix page builder - a universal remedy or just one of the possible alternatives? Movie Photo, Love Is Free, Free Stuff, Editor, Design

Wix | What's Your Best Visual Builder? The Unknown Side of the Page Editor - MonsterPost

Wix | What's Your Best Visual Builder? The Unknown Side of the Page Editor - MonsterPost

'Veep' creator Armando Iannucci moves from political satire to Charles Dickens' beloved tale of a writer's origins in an adaptation starring Dev Patel, Tilda Swinton, Ben Whishaw and Hugh Laurie. Ben Whishaw, Tilda Swinton, Peter Capaldi, Person Of Color, Hugh Laurie, Maggie Smith, Daniel Radcliffe, David, Animation Movies

Casting directors are essential to any great film – so where are their Oscars?

This year’s Baftas will be the first to honour the people who chose the actors we’re used to see clutching their statuettes. When will the Oscars follow suit?

Casting directors are essential to any great film – so where are their Oscars? Great Films, Movie Photo, Oscars, Essentials, It Cast, Actors, People, Academy Awards, People Illustration

Casting directors are essential to any great film – so where are their Oscars?

This year’s Baftas will be the first to honour the people who chose the actors we’re used to see clutching their statuettes. When will the Oscars follow suit?

The director of the Guardian’s film of the year on how he and Robert De Niro came to make the gangster epic, the way Netflix is changing cinema – and CGI as the evolution of makeup Vampire Knight, Art Vampire, Al Pacino, Martin Scorsese, New York Times, Good Movies On Netflix, Movies Online, Orange Is The New Black, Cosplay Steampunk

The 50 best films of 2019 in the US: No 2 – The Irishman

With wintry poignancy and peerless performances by De Niro, Pacino and Pesci, Martin Scorsese’s mob epic spins a potent tale of male toxicity. It’s the work of a master

Original US production still for the 1959 Billy Wilder comedy voted the best comedy of all time. Melvyn Douglas, The Truman Show, Jack Lemmon, 500 Days Of Summer, Great Comedies, Fantastic Mr Fox, Billy Wilder, Tony Curtis, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

"Some like It Hot" Original US Production Stilla

Original US production still for the 1959 Billy Wilder comedy voted the best comedy of all time. Staring Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis.

Cropped screenshot of Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe from the trailer for the film Some Like It Hot Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe Fotos, Marylin Monroe, Richard Sherman, Some Like It Hot, Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Comedia Musical

Cropped screenshot of Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Marilyn Monroe from the trailer for the film Some Like It Hot

Billy Wilder's dark, cynical comedy "The Apartment," starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Fred MacMurray and Jack Kruschen, had its New York premiere on this date in 1960. The film went on to win five Oscars including best picture and director. Photo from the L.A. Times files. Peter Ustinov, Peter Falk, Jack Lemmon, On This Date, Billy Wilder, Shirley Maclaine, Movie Photo, Cool Pictures, Comedy

Billy Wilder's dark, cynical comedy "The Apartment," starring Jack Lemmon, Shirley MacLaine, Fred MacMurray and Jack Kruschen, had its New York premiere on this date in 1960. The film went on to win five Oscars including best picture and director. Photo from the L.A. Times files.