Sometimes there's architecture IN a film, and sometimes architecture is LIKE a film. But sometimes the architecture IS the film: When it rises above just being a thing to see, and becomes a MECHANISM for a WAY of SEEING, that is the Architecture OF Film
Tuesday, January 03, 2012
Great Parties in Film: Blowup 
When fabu fashion photographer David Hemmings finds (real life) super-model Veruschka at this hipster party, in a slightly buzzed state, and asks tartly, "I thought you were in Paris?!" , she replies, with evident truthfulness, "I am in Paris..."