Frock-Repetory Theatre sale
60's vinyl knitting bag as handbag-Shabby Chic Market
And a few more pix of Vanessa and I....
We were pleased that management saved the entire theatre just for us, and we squealed our way throughout the film, over frocks, cars and what-not....
Michelle Williams was really rather good in the role; capturing the suble nuances of Marilyn's character and her mannerisms beautifully. She didn't look quite right; for a start she's about the size of Marilyns left leg, so they had to pad her up quite a bit; and her face isn't very similar. But overall she was very convincing!
I really enjoyed the film.
Kenneth Branagh was fabulous as Sir Laurence Olivier, and Judi Dench was in it! SQUEE!
The story was very sweet, and Marilyn was depicted as both an unconfident, manipulative, needy pain in the ass and a talented, damaged, lonely, manipulated woman.
Pretty much what I have always thought of her!
And after the movie, I went on to my next date; a hot date with G!