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A young actress seeks to follow in her famous mother’s footsteps.

Starring

Zoe Tapper
David Leon
Lauren Bacall
Angelica Huston
Julia McKenzie
Terrence Stamp

Country of Origin
UK

These Foolish Things is a 2006 film based on Noel Langley’s novel There’s a Porpoise Close Behind Us and directed by Julia Taylor-Stanley.

It stars Zoe Tapper, David Leon, Lauren Bacall, Anjelica Huston and Julia McKenzie. The drama was largely filmed on location in Bristol, Cheltenham and surrounding areas of Gloucestershire.

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VIDAL SASSOON THE MOVIE

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Early life

Sassoon was born to Jewish parents in London. His father was from Salonica (Thessaloniki in Greece), and his mother, whose family was originally from Kiev, was born in London. Although too young to serve in the Second World War, Sassoon became a member of the 43 Group, a Jewish veterans’ militia organisation that broke up Fascist meetings in East London after the end of the war. In 1948 he joined the Israeli Defence Forces to fight in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War.

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Influence in hairstyling

Sassoon’s works include the geometric, the wash-and-wear perm, and the “Nancy Kwan.” They were all modern and low-maintenance. The hairstyles created by Sassoon relied on dark, straight, and shiny hair cut into geometric yet organic shapes. In 1963, Sassoon created a short, angular hairstyle cut on a horizontal plane that was the recreation of the classic “bob cut.” His geometric haircuts seemed to be severely cut, but were entirely lacquerfree, relying on the natural shine of the hair for effect. Sassoon is a father of modernist style and has also been a key force in the commercial direction of hair styling, turning its craft in to a multi-million dollar industry.

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 Boston’s Fall Film Festivals

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 With a population of graduate students and intellectuals, Boston supports the screening of many thought-provoking art films throughout the city.
One of the best movie houses in town that regularly screens independent and international film is the Remis Auditorium at the Museum of Fine Arts.  for those watching their entertainment budge note that tickets are a relative bargain too- general admission for all screenings is just $10.
This fall, several international film festivals are scheduled. The Boston Palestine Film Festival is scheduled for October 4-October 12.  This year’s highlights include the screening of 10 films, many of which address the issues of the Palestinian diaspora. There will be a visit by filmmaker Michel Khleifi on October 11 and a concert by acclaimed international musician Simon Shaheen on October 10th.

Although the exact film and event schedules have not been finalized, the Boston Jewish Film Festival runs from November 5-Novenmber 16 and will screen recent film festival features and documentaries with Jewish themes. And finally, the Boston Festival of Films from Iran is planned for November 7-28 and always has an impressive line-up of internationally awarded art films made in Iran which offer an interesting perspective of modern-day Iranian society.