Gia Carangi, Sandy Linter, Patty Hansen, Julie Foster by Michael Tighe for Interview Magazine, feb. 1980. (→ x)
“Her problem was that she was so sensitive. That hard core exterior was a cover for her vulnerability.” “She loved the camera as much as it loved her.”
— Maurice Tannenbaum
I was in the Barnes and Noble on the Upper West Side last night when I learned about the death of Nora Ephron — what an appropriate place to get the bad news. What a loss!The LA times has a great piece today with some of her best movie quotes:
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Write no matter what dramas and conflicts are happening in your life. Storms will rage, lovers will leave, and friends will disagree. Write despite the weather, your broken heart, or bruised feelings. There will never be perfect conditions for writing, when all is peace and tranquility. Chances are once one area of your life smoothes out, another will erupt. Find the equanimity within, no matter the conditions in your outer world.
Jessica Page Morrell, The Writer’s I Ching
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