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What are your favorite movies?
Sunset Boulevard
The Blue Angel
The Lady from Shangai
Pandora's Box
The Wind
Whatever happened to Baby Jane
À bout de souffle
Le corbeau
Who are your favorite stars?
Joan Crawford
Marlene Dietrich
Louise Brooks
Vivien Leigh
Olivia de Havilland
Clark Gable
Who are your favorite directors?
Alfred Hitchcock
Orson Welles
Henri-Georges Clouzot
Éric Rohmer
Woody Allen
Ken Russel
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I live downtown Québec, the gorgeous city where Hitchcock filmed I Confess
I like to travel, and I travel two or three times a year, mainly to the States, Europe and Central America.
I like books, read a lot.
I like the arts, exibits, theater and modern dance. I studied music and used to play the flute but not anymore.
I like Tai Chi and outdoor sports.
Of course, I love cinema. My favorite genres are film noir and German expressionism. I like to attend film festivals.
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