Audrey Tautou

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  • Ways Of Transcendence Film Analysis

    that Tautou 's character, Mathilde, is looking for reality about her significant other Manech (Gaspard Ulliel), who is supposedly dead, sentenced to death with four others for weakness by the French military, for self-mangling, in a situation much the same as that in Stanley Kubrick 's first incredible film, Ways Of Transcendence. Ulliel gives a decent execution as an amiable naïf. The other four sentenced to pass on are Bastoche (Jerome Kirchner), a craftsman; a communist welder named Six-Sous (Denis Lavant); an apprehensive Corsican procurer and cheat named Ange (Dominique Bettanfeld); and…

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  • Coco Chanel's Motivation

    In 1939, Coco Chanel would suddenly decide to fire all 2,500 of her employees and closed up her businesses entirely. A clear explanation was never provided, but it could be a reaction to the start of the war or it could have been revenge for the strike that occurred three years prior. Either way, Chanel chose to hide away from the fashion world with only money coming through a percentage of perfume sales that she owned. During this time, there is a lot of speculation about what kind of role…

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  • Research Paper On Coco Chanel

    “Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance” , a powerful quote by the most powerful women in twenties centuries fashion industry, a fashion designer and founder of puissant french couture brand “CHANEL”. What Coco Chanel did was not just created a classical luxury brand but changed definition and image of women’s fashion forever. Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel was born in August 19, 1883 in Saumur, France .Unfortunately, she was sent to orphanage after her mother died. Gabrielle got…

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  • Coco Chanel Fashion

    Introduction “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” Iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel once said. Chanel, one of the most influential designers in the world, redefined what it meant to be a woman. Women’s fashion before the 1900’s was all corsets and bustles and almost no freedom to move. Then Coco Chanel changed that. She designed new fashions that defied the social norm and gave women in Europe and America more freedoms. But with her new idea came conflicts. Young girls were…

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  • Coco Chanel's Fashion

    Coco Chanel was a significant French fashion designer who established the form mark 'Chanel'. She was the main individual to consider style to be both, classic and casual. Chanel made remarkable masterpieces and set a high standard for the upcoming fashion designers. She was persisted in breaking the out of the mainstream and freeing ladies from the restricting ' corseted silhouette ' and making the casual easygoing chic look worthy as well trendy. Her outstanding fashion sense was not only…

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  • Analytical Essay: Audrey Hepburn's Path To Success

    Mentioning the phrase “one of the greatest actresses of all time” will surely bring up Audrey Hepburn. The name also brings forth the thought of success and that is exactly what she was. Success is not born; it is not something that is passed down from one generation to the next. Success is made from perseverance and the passion to accomplish a goal. Audrey Hepburn’s life was a rollercoaster of ups and downs and during the drops she was persistent and was able to climb to success. Pixar states…

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  • My Definition Of True Beauty

    attributes of being inwardly attractive such as kind, loving, humble, brave, and honest. The term beauty comes from the Anglo-French word beute meaning physical attractiveness, goodness, and courtesy. Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines beauty as being only physically attractive. While this aspect of beauty is true, one’s inner beauty is far more important than one’s outer beauty. There are several ways to further explain my meaning of beauty. Giving an example of a story about true beauty is…

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  • Grace Kelly: Screen Legend

    Grace Kelly, “screen legend”, “ fashion icon”, “one of the most beautiful women in the world”, and “fairytale princess”. Since her death in 1982 she still has her effect on the world today from her films and by the family she left here on Earth. She was born into a successful family in philadelphia, she was a very shy girl but she became an actor. At the age of 23 she went to hollywood and made 11 films in 3 ½ years. She modeled to pay for her acting but her film career only lasted 5 years.…

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  • A Career In Audrey Hepburn's Acting Career

    languages, and being named best dressed all in one lifetime? Audrey Hepburn was very well-known in the acting world, in addition, she was also a young philanthropist who loved helping and giving to people. Furthermore, she set the bar quite high with her sense of style. An acting career, many accomplishments, and an amazing family allowed Audrey Hepburn to be quite successful. Despite Audrey’s difficult early life, she had a successful career. May 4, 1929, was the day Audrey graced the world…

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  • Audrey Hepburn: Hard Success

    Audrey Hepburn: Hard Success Seven million Jewish men, women, children and infants killed. Not only were the Jews persecuted for their beliefs, but, abundant amounts of additional individuals were killed along with the others. Hepburn struggled with starvation and malnutrition during the long years of World War II. Living during what is considered one of the most devastating moments in history was not easy for Hepburn to cope with. Through all of the difficulties that she had to…

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