A gay man of a certain age and a certain sensibility searching for meaning in the flickering images of classic Hollywood.
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Kim Novak in  Vertigo  (Alfred Hitchcock, 1958)

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    "Vertigo" is a great example to support the thesis of my paper. The main character falls in love with a women who is...
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  19. dustin-blythe said: Considering Kim Novak’s plastic surgery, ironic to see her on a blog called “We Had Faces Then”.