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Erich K.

Brilliant as always you capture her clear-eyed grasp of the inevitable disintegration of beauty, and existence, maybe even better than she herself realizes

Max Allan Collins

Another great post!

I still think Bardot is beautiful, wrinkles, sags and all. She was always a little crazy, and that's part of her appeal.

What's forgotten about her is that Bardot and Monroe were contemporaries. It feels like MM came long before BB, but they were both '50s incons were endured into the early '60s and beyond. Together they defined what a beautiful woman is (nice job, girls!).

I only wish more of her films were available on DVD. Some of her strongest and most popular pictures aren't even available in France.


is it Brigitte or Kim on the fisrt photo ??

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