Category Archives: film noir

AWAY FROM HER (2008) and Still Alice (2014)

Of all couple separations the separation due to dementia can be the most painful. Major illnesses in a partner, a child are also difficult to live through. It is the erasing of the partner and his/her annihilation that is unbearably … Continue reading

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To my followers

To my followers: Thank you for the  comments on my last blog encouraging me to carry on writing about films and old women.  By a curious coincidence I found the real reason for my weariness. It is not only the … Continue reading

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The films of Gloria Grahame

Good at Being Bad: The films of Gloria Grahame. It is the title of a series  of  films featuring Gloria Grahame showing at the National Film Theatre. Nothing to do with Old Women and Film but I needed  to signal … Continue reading

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