Paul Newman & Julie Andrews Torn Curtain, 1966. Director: Alfred Hitchcock
I already started crying!!! The dad saying Bert´s first line <3 AMAZING movie
Oh gosh… I started crying when the lights went out to start movie trailers hahahaha
So, I finally saw Saving Mr. Banks last night and I’m still trying to process everything that happened in the movie as well as inside me while watching this. It was wonderful. The movie hit me so deeply. I can say that I barely remember the ‘let’s go fly a kite’ scene because the sobbing was too much. I felt exhausted when I got home. It was so worthy the wait to see it, I’m so glad I did it. The acting was flawless (specially Emma’s), flawless photography, flawless music, flawless movie is flawless.
(hold me, please)
"We definitely feel in our minds that, with your talent, you would create an unforgettable Mary Poppins"
Excerpt taken from a letter sent by Walt Disney to Julie Andrews, that can be found at The Walt Disney Family Museum.
In Jig of Joy. Julie bounces around room, shoes off and arms waving in blurred frenzy after reading reviews that echo the ovations she had heard in the theater [Life Magazine, 1958]
Julie Andrews, in 1958, after reading reviews for her performance as Eliza Doolittle in the London Production of My Fair Lady [x]