In ’12 Years a Slave,’ Steve McQueen juxtaposes beauty, brutality
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At the end of the sequence, McQueen saw in the editing room, Fassbender crumpled. The actor, McQueen realized, had momentarily passed out. “That’s how focused he was in that scene, in that situation,” McQueen said at the Telluride Film Festival, where the movie had its world premiere last week. “There was nothing left.” PHOTOS: Telluride Film Festival 2013 Opening in limited release Oct. 18 after playing at this weekend’s Toronto International Film Festival , “12 Years a Slave” is as difficult to watch as it is lovely to behold. Starring London-born Chiwetel Ejiofor as the former freeman Solomon Northup, the movie received several standing ovations at Telluride and looks like a strong Oscar contender, as long as audiences can see its beauty amid the brutality. “It is about beauty those plantations are beautiful,” said McQueen, whose first two features, “Hunger” and “Shame,” were stark, haunting looks at difficult, dark subjects.
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Beauty secret: fashion’s bet on a $10 billion biz
26, will be exclusive to Bloomingdale’s (NYSE: M ), Holt Renfrew and Tory Burch’s boutiques and website. The debut also includes a cosmetics line and bath-and-body products. These lines can be highly lucrative for designers because of high margins. In fact, industry sources estimate that Burch’s beauty sales could hit $50 million in the first year, Women’s World Daily reported. Marc Jacobs’ first cosmetics line, which launched in August, is produced in partnership with LVMH’s Sephora unit. Coty owns the license to Jacobs’ fragrance line.
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Album Review: Chelsea Wolfe – Pain Is Beauty
If you’ve never heard anything by the gothic songstress before, then Feral Love sums up all that she’s about. We Hit a Wall is the second track on the album and also the second track to have been released prior to the albums release, having been covered by our own #NowPlaying section. The repetitive lyrics and lack of a chorus add more to the overall sound of the song rather than feeling like something is missing from the overall piece. Following on is House of Metal and, unlike how the title suggests, is far from sounding anything like metal. In a turn away from the haunting soundscapes that Wolfe creates, the track has a much softer sound unlike that which we’ve previously heard onThe Grime and the Glow, Apokalypsis or in the opening two tracks here.
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