Monday, 28 November 2011

Cracks (2009)

This is one of my favourite films, Eva Green's performance as Miss G, a sociopathic swimming instructor at an all girl's boarding school is enchanting and damn right wince worthy (in a good way). Miss G, is seen as an outlaw at the school, her tales of forbidden love and exotic countries have her pupils enraptured. Cracks is based on the novel by Sheila Kohler about a group of school girls whose lives are interrupted by the arrival of a beautiful and gifted Italian princess, who takes the sacred affection of Miss G away from them. The clothes and setting are downright dreamy, Juno Temple's performance is also fantastic. This film always inspires my wardrobe, as does Miss G's room I love the dark blue walls, with accents of gold. 






















I want to copy the yellow ensemble.


The fabric rag in her hair is so cute.




Completely off her rocker, yet so chic.


My mum used to have a sewing machine like this.


The blue velvet, the blue walls, the gold fan, the clutter, adore! 



Midnight feast 









 All screenshots by me, accept last five images all found here.


9 comments:

  1. Fabulous pictures. And film sounds really interesting - I may have to check it out. Thanks for the tip off.

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  2. Lovely moovie!Enjoyed every minute of it!

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  3. I haven't seen it, but will now. I LOVE Eva.

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  4. Oh, I haven't heard of this movie before,but it seems intriguing!

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  5. I'm moving this up my Netflix queue. I'd heard about it on another blog and added it, then totally forgot about it. I need to see those fabulous outfits for myself!

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  6. Miss Marie: It is good I definitely recommend it.

    Swell Dame: Glad you liked it too!

    Muss Tallulah: Oh hope you like it as much as I did.

    Isis: It is worth seeing!

    Lauren: You must see it, the clothes and some of the shots are just breath taking.

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  7. Watched it last night. It was absolutely gorgeous. And so creepy! I enjoyed it.

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  8. Oooooh - gramophone! Found you via Lauren - lovely post, lovely frocks!

    Jenny from The Shellac Sisters (gramophone DJ troupe!) and Silver Screen Suppers xx

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