Saturday, March 31, 2012

He is almost 15 and loves John Lennon, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin.

Hey pallies, likes it is always always so so cool to find 'nother of today's youth who truly truly loves our Dino. Yesterday was drawn to a blog tagged "Sharpshooters International" where pallies from all over the globe loves to post their fav pixs. Among the pictoral posts on "Wednesday photo of the week" is one by a lady tagged Stacy who hails from Allen, Texas.

Likes Miss Stacy chose to share a snapshot of her oldest child, boypallie Drake, who at "almost 15" is "an old soul, through and through." And who does this teenager love...."John Lennon, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin." Likes how thrillin' to know that Mr. Drake digs our Dino! Likes I get so psyched up when I read of 'nother of the younger generation who is a true Deanager!

So, hats off to Miss Stacy for sharin' the news of her boypallie Deanager Drake's devotion to our most beloved Dino. Simply stunnin' pallies to know that tons of today's teenagers are becomin' hooked on our amazin' Dino! To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Dino-devotedly, DMP

Here’s my photo this week. Any time people are dealing with things with their kids, it makes me think an extra moment about my own. This is my oldest, Drake. I had him when I was pretty young (barely 20) and as a result, he and I have a very special relationship. He is an old soul, through and through. He is almost 15 and loves John Lennon, Frank Sinatra, and Dean Martin. He plays guitar and reads books far beyond what normal teenagers are interested in. He is a beautiful person who makes me proud and makes me feel like I’ve done something right in this life every single day. He’s also a great sport whenever I ask him to come outside and let me take pics of him.

Nikon D90 50mm f/1.8 Shot around sunset 1/320 @ f/1.8 ISO 200 Retro processed with exposure offset increase and vibrance.

Caught him mid-sentence and in great need of a haircut.


Friday, March 30, 2012

FROM THE EMAIL BAG: Martin Memorialized.

Hey pallies, likes cool to be able to share with you dudes that our pallies Frank and Joe over at the ubber classic flick pad, "Classic Movie Chat," have 'gain lifted up the name of our Dino featurin' some patter yours truly left when I quired 'em why they were surprised by my deep, pure, and true appreciato for Mr. Nick Tosches' amazin' Dino-bio, "Dino: Living High In The Dirty Business Of Dreams."

Likes they quotes my Dino-response and shares a stunnin' pix of our Dino and their personal Dino-thoughts. So so glad they are cool with my Dino-delight in Tosches' Dino-tome. Likes always always surprises this dude that any one who loves our most beloved Dino doesn't also likes totally totally groove on Tosches' tome.

Always so so great to keeps our most beloved Dino before Mr. Frank and Mr. Joe's readership. So, ilovedinomartin sends out our deepest and truest thanks to Frank and Joe for continuin' to spread the Dino-message at their amazin' blog. To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Keeps lovin' our Dino! Dino-honorin', DMP

FROM THE EMAIL BAG: Martin Memorialized.

Finally, our uber-Dean Martin enthusiast, Dino Martin Peters poses this question about March 7 blog covering biographies of the singer-actor:

Hey pallies, Mr. Frank and Mr. Joe likes …now you got me wonderin’ by your words, ‘Well, Dino in his inimitable prose style surprised us with the following…’

Gotta ‘fess up that I am likes totally totally surprised that youse all were ‘surprised’ by my Dino-reflections on Nick Tosches’ tome. Might I ask you to say more ’bout what surprised you and why?

We were a tad surprised, given your feelings about Martin, to read of your unqualified enthusiasm for author Nick Tosches’ 1999 biography Dino: Living High In The Dirty Business Of Dreams.

Unlike books about the late actor-singer by his children, Tosches’ takes a tougher stance towards Martin, and doesn’t hesitate to criticize him. Give your enthusiasm for Dino, we thought this might not sit well. Glad it does.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

On This Day In Dino-history: March 29, 1973

Hey pallies, today is 'nother very important Dino-date to remember. It was on this date, March 29 in 1973 that our Dino's divorce from his second wife, Jeanne Biegger, was finalized.

Dino has originally sought the divorce from Jeanne after he met, while playin' in 'Vegas, 21 year old Miss Gail Renshaw. Our most beloved Dino was totally totally smitten by Renshaw, then serving as Miss USA. That amore cooled after a time, and at the point that our Dino's divorce was finalized he was engaged to Miss Catherine Mae Hawn, a 24 year old beauty parlor receptionist...who would then become Mrs Dean Martin less then a month after our Dino's divorce was finished.

Represented here are pixs of our Dino with all three of his amores, Miss Jeanne, Miss Gail, and Miss Catherine Mae. Keeps learnin' those Dino-facts pallies, and likes above all else...Keeps lovin' our Dino! Dino-learnin', DMP

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) - Film Locations

Hey pallies, likes today we makes a quick return to our new pallie Robby Crest's awesome blog, "Dear Old Hollywood." Yesterday we featured Mr. Crest's excellent post on the newly released on DVD Dino-flick, "Who's Got The Action." and today we return to an earlier post accentin' "Whose Been Sleeping In My Bed," with the same sort of Dino-twist...the pairin' of on location pixs with present day realities.

Likes how cool to see original Dino-images from the shootin' of this Dino-flick side-by-side with modern day shots of those same places!!!! Mr. Crest indeed has a very unique accent to his blog, and this Dino-focused post shows off Robby's passion likes to the max.

Certainly, "Whose Been Sleeping In My Bed" is one of our Dino's lesser known film efforts, but Mr. Robby Crest has done yoeman's effort in the cause of raisin' the level of Dino-knowledge 'bout said big screen effort.

ilovedinomartin sends out our deepest of the deep Dino-appreciato to Mr. Robby Crest for his stunnin' efforts here, and truly truly hopes that Crest will continue featurin' more of our Dino's films at his outstandin' blog, "Dear Old Hollywood."
To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram.
Dino-awed, DMP

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) - Film Locations

Dean Martin at grand opening for Market Basket

Originally, I was going to post part two of The Big Fix (1978) film locations, but I decided to push that back to next week to make way for the swingin', crooning, Italoamericano, Dean Martin.

In the film Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) Martin plays a doctor on a popular television show, particularly popular with female audiences. He is engaged to cute art teacher, Melissa Morris (Elizabeth Montgomery) who wants to get married but who is upset with Martin for delaying their wedding plans. Things get worse when all of the wives of Martin's poker playing friends, confusing Martin for his television persona, start coming to him for advice on their marital doldrums. Each encounter with his friends' wives makes Martin even more disenchanted with the idea of marriage and he decides to break his engagement with Melissa. With the help of her friend Stella (Carole Burnett), Melissa comes up with a plan to get Martin to propose to her again.

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) may not be one of Dean Martin's best films, but it does have some funny moments, especially a couple with a scene stealing Carole Burnett appearing in her film debut. Other notable stars supporting Martin include Jill St. John and Richard Conte. The film also features a few interesting film locations, including scenes at Paramount Studios, a Market Basket supermarket, and the Beverly Hills Hotel swimming pool.

The film starts with Dean Martin appearing as the celebrity TV doctor at the grand opening of a Market Basket supermarket. This was a grocery chain and the location used in the film was one that was once located at 11315 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, California. Interesting to note is that this Studio City location had its grand opening in 1963, the same year as this film. The Market Basket supermarket is now gone and today the building is used as a Bally Total Fitness.

A crowd gathers at the Market Basket for the grand opening.
11315 Ventura Blvd, Studio City

11315 Ventura Blvd, Studio City
The Market Basket is now Bally Total Fitness

A view of the Market Basket parking lot.

The parking lot as it appears today.

Another view of the parking lot as seen in the film.

After Martin makes his appearance at the Market Basket grand opening we see Martin take off in his car. While driving, Martin leaves Studio City behind and gets on the 405 freeway heading south. In the next comparison below, Martin is on the 405 freeway with a view of Sherman Oaks in the background.

Martin driving on the 405 Freeway. Sherman Oaks in background.

A present day view looking down the 405 towards Sherman Oaks.

The 405 freeway looking towards Sherman Oaks.

The 405 freeway looking towards Sherman Oaks.

Stella arranges a phony wedding for Melissa, hoping it will make Martin jealous. The scene takes place at the pool of the Beverly Hills Hotel, located at 9461 Sunset Boulevard, Beverly Hills, California. The pool area looks much different today. The hotel has expanded since the 1960s.

The Beverly Hills Hotel Pool as seen in the film.

An old photograph of the pool maybe from the 1960s.

The pool as it appears today.
Photo from

Burnett & Martin at the Beverly Hills Hotel pool.

There are a few scenes that take place on the Paramount Studios lot. It's at this studio where Martin's character films his television medical drama. All of the scenes were shot on what is known as "Avenue P" of the Paramount lot.

Dean Martin exits Stage 18 on Avenue P.

Stage 18 on the Paramount Studios lot.

It's this same area of the Paramount Studios lot that was so famously used in the classic film Sunset Boulevard (1950). Stage 18 is the same stage where in Sunset Boulevard Gloria Swanson goes to visit Cecil B. Demille.

In the next comparison below, Martin's studio co-workers and poker buddies are seen standing on Avenue P of the Paramount Studios lot. The palm trees in the background are sticking up from Hollywood Forever Cemetery which borders the backside of the Paramount lot. The two story building seen of the left is the "Dreier" building, the same building used by William Holden in Sunset Boulevard as the writers building.

Martin's studio co-workers and poker buddies.

Looking down Avenue P as it appears today.

The next comparison is still of Avenue P but looking the other direction, away from the Hollywood Forever Cemetery border. On the left is the Medical Services building and straight ahead is the Lubitsch building.

The Paramount Studios Medical Services building as
seen in Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963)

Paramount's Medical Service building and Lubitsch
building as they appear today.

Dean Martin signs autographs outside Stages 5 & 6.

Stage 5 & 6 as they appear today.

This last comparison shows the beginning of Paramount's Avenue P, just past the historic Bronson Gate. Stage 4 can be seen straight ahead and Stage 2 and the Edith Head building can be seen on the right.

Looking towards Paramount's Stage 4 as seen in the film.

Looking towards stage 4 as it appears today.

Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? (1963) is another Swinging Sixties sex comedy, similar to a couple other films I've covered here on Dear Old Hollywood: Sex and the Single Girl (1964) starring Tony Curtis, Natalie Wood, Henry Fonda, Lauran Bacall, and Mel Ferrer and Bachelor in Paradise (1961) starring Bob Hope and Lana Turner.

Thanks to my friend Chris Cottle for the photos at Paramount.

All StreetView images (c) 2011 Google.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Who's Got the Action? (1962) - Film Locations

Hey pallies, likes today is 'nother great great day for our most beloved Dino, 'cause on this very day March 27, 2012 'nother of our great man's great sex farces is seein' the light of day on regular as well as Blue Ray DVD! After a huge huge wait pallies, today marks the day that the 1962 big screen caper "Who's Got The Action" is bein' released for our Dino-viewin' pleasure.

And, likes in honor of this new release, ilovedinomartin has found a 'nother great new-to-ilovedinomartin blog, "Dear Old Hollywood" where Hollywood media mogel Mr. Robby Crest hangs his hat. Cress' blog has the special mission of "Exploring Hollywood, Los Angeles, and the Valley, with a nostalgic look to the past, while still enjoying the present."

Mr Cress' post featurin' our beloved Dino in his 1962 sex farce classic, "Who's Got The Action" shows just how creatively Robby is in mixin' past and present Hollywood locations. So sits back and enjoys this pictoral review of "Who's Got The Action.

Likes very very cool to have such an outstandin' post on this new Dino-release to gets all us pallies in the mood to gets our hands on 'nother big screen Dino-effort.
ilovedinomartin sends our our deepest Dino-appreciato to Mr. Robby Cress for such a very timely and very creative bit of Dino-prose. To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Dino-delightedly, DMP

Who's Got the Action? (1962) - Film Locations

Dean Martin and Lana Turner headline this story about a man with a gambling addiction (Martin) and his wife (Turner) who does what she can to make sure her husband doesn't lose all of their money. The setup is quite a stretch. Turner has Martin's law partner (Eddie Albert) lead Martin to believe that Albert has found the best bookie in town, that bookie, being Martin's wife. The idea is if Martin loses then the money will stay in the household, but unfortunately, Martin goes on a winning streak, forcing Turner to sell their possessions to cover the winnings. Meanwhile, a real bookie in town (Walter Matthau ) is wondering who it is that is getting all the action?

Despite the tagline claiming to be "the most riotous bedtime story ever!" Who's Got the Action? (1962), really isn't that riotous at all. Even at an hour and a half the movie feels long. Most of the gags just are not that funny and the plot struggles to unfold. I think a more appropriate tagline would be "a mildly amusing bedtime story,"because the film does have some merits.

My favorite part of Who's Got the Action? is seeing Matthau in one of his early film roles. He's the most fun to watch and steals every scene he is in. I also liked the 1960s set designs, particularly the interior of the apartment where Martin and Turner live.

The apartment building where Martin and Turner live is the Talmadge apartments located at 3278 Wilshire Boulevard. This building was built by Joseph M. Schenck in 1922 for his wife, the silent screen actress, Norma Talmadge.

The Talmadge apartments as seen in the film.

The Talmadge building as it appears today.

The screenshot below shows Martin and Turner leaving the Talmadge apartments and driving down Wilshire Boulevard. They're in the red car, passing Immanuel Presbyterian Church.

Immanuel Presbyterian Church, 3300 Wilshire Blvd

Immanuel Presbyterian Church as it appears now.

Below is a side view of Immanuel Presbyterian Church looking across South Berendo Street from the Talmadge apartment building.

Martin about to enter the Talmadge building. Immanuel
Presbyterian Church is in the background.

Side view of the church looking across S. Berendo St.

Each day Turner walks to the newsstand outside of the Thrifty drug store to read the paper and see the results of the horse races. The Thrifty drug store was located at 3333 Wilshire Boulevard, just a couple blocks down from the Talmadge apartment building. The Thrifty drug store is gone and now a modern office building, completed in 1983, stands in its place.

Turner visits the Thrifty Drug Store at
3333 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles

A glass and steel skyscraper now stands at
3333 Wilshire Boulevard.

Turner fainted when she saw the results of the races. Eddie Albert helps Turner back to her apartment. In the screenshot below we can see the Talmadage apartment building a couple blocks up in the background. The building in the foreground is a bank and that building is still being used as a bank today.

Eddie Albert helps Turner back to the Talmadge apartment.

Looking up Wilshire at the corner of S. Catalina Street.

A year later, in 1963, Dean Martin made another "bedtime story" comedy called Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? That film isn't a knee jerker either, but it is closer to the "riotous" tagline that this film claims. You can see some of the film locations from Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed? here.

Who's Got the Action? is currently available as a Watch Instantly title on Netflix and will be released on DVD on March 27, 2012.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Dean Martin (my son’s fav)

Hey pallies, likes in doin' some Dino-surfin' on the 'net likes came 'cross a fabulous food pad tagged, "GROOVY FOODY," where blogger Miss Vanessa has posted an intriguin' post, "Mad Men Virtual Dinner Party: Shredded Pork and Shrimp."
And, likes as part of feature Miss Vanessa proudly proclaims that our most beloved Dino is "my son’s fav."

Likes as you can see by the pix below where Vanessa's son Juno is holdin' a pix of our Dino. How cool is this that this youngen is bein' turned on to our Dino at the most tenderest of tender ages. How grand to find 'nother wee one who probably will never remember a time when our Dino wasn't his main man!

Hats off to Miss Vanessa for lettin' her readers know of Juno's youthful Dino-devotion. To view this in it's original format, just clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Dino-reportin', DMP

I recommend putting on a little Dean Martin (my son’s fav), pouring yourself a drink (I love an Old Fashioned or a Vanilla Stoli Martini with bleu cheese stuffed olives– sounds weird tastes AWESOME!)

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Danny G.'s Sunday Serenade With Dino: "Snap Your Fingers"

Welcome back to nother' Sunday Serenade pallies! Got a great catchy little tune for all you Dino-holics out there who simply can't get nuf' "Tex" Martin! "Snap Your Fingers" is nother' country type number from our great man that I found on the "Houston" al b um.

Seems that Dean had this really swingin' little chick that he was just so so smitten' with, but somehow managed to let her slip through his tanned little fingers. Now, our guy is really really bangin' his head tryin' to get back in the arms of this sweet sweet senorita!

Man o man...this sounds like a tough one for Dean. Not to worry pallies! If I know anythin' bout''s that he is TRULY a TRUE ladies man & will have this young lady eatin' outta his hands before the night is through! I mean after all...WHO could resist Tex Martin?!!! Enjoy pals!

Snap your fingers, I'll come runnin'
Back to you on bended knee
Snap your fingers, I'll come runnin'
I'll be true, take a chance on me

Let your light turn green
Baby, I've gotta know
Give me some kind of clue
Should I stay or go?

Let me love you like the lover
That you used to know
Turn the key and let me in
Through that same old door

Oh I had it, but I lost it
Now I've got a broken heart to mend
But I don't care what the cost is
I've got to find my way back in

So you just snap your fingers
Baby, I'll come runnin'
I'll do anything
To get back again

I had it
oh, but I've lost it
Now I've got a broken heart to mend
I don't care what the cost is
I've got to find my way back in

So you just snap your fingers
And baby I'll come runnin'
I'll do anything
To get back again, yeah

Friday, March 23, 2012

The Dean Martin Variety Show Uncut

Hey pallies, likes 'citin' news has come the ilovedinomartin way that a 3 disc set of UNCUT...likes you read that correctly...UNCUT episodes of the Dean Martin Variety Show are bein' released by the pallies at Time-Life on May 22 of this very year.
Likes I just caught this thrillin' news likes last night as it was very recently posted at the pad, "VideoETA." You can read what info is available below.

Likes could this be the start of many collections of programmes from our most beloved Dino's great show?!?!?!?! Looks like the Time-Life folks have heard the hue and cry of Dino-philes everywhere for full episodes of our great man's great show...and they have responded!!!!! When further information is available, be sure that ilovedinomartin will be sharin' it with all you dudes!

Thanks to the pallies at "VideoETA" for this sharin' this breakin' news. To view this in it's original format, likes clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram. Keeps lovin' our Dino! Dino-pysched, DMP


Contains 3 Discs

UPC 610583431698

Retail $29.95

Available 5/22/12

The Dean Martin Variety Show Uncut

Year: 2012

On Video/DVD: May 22, 2012

Starring: Dean Martin
Sid Caesar
Jackie Mason
Bob Newhart
Joey Heatherton

Director: Bill Colleran

Genre: TV Series

Synopsis: Dean Martin never rehearsed, he smoked non-stop, and always had a drink in hand… and people loved it! Now available at retail for the first time ever, this special 3-DVD “UNCUT” set captures all the great jokes, the best music and the memorable moments that made The Dean Martin Variety Show a blockbuster on NBC for nearly a decade! If he flubbed a line or forgot a lyric, Martin would not do a retake, and the mistake – and his recovery from it – went straight to tape and onto the air! Now all of those golden memories have been digitally restored and re-mastered in this special collection.

Rating: Not Rated

Length: 360 Minutes

Studio: WEA Video

On This Day In Dino-history: March 23, 1949

Hey pallies, likes today is 'nother memorable day in the life and times of our most beloved Dino. It was on this date, March 23, in the year of 1949 that our Dino's divorce to his first wife Elizabeth Anne McDonald was finalized. The marriage had produced four prodigy for our Dino...Stephen Craig (born June 29, 1942), Claudia Dean ( born March 16, 1944), Barbara Gail (born April 11, 1945) and Deana (Dina) (born August 19, 1948).

In a few short months after his divorce from Betty, our Dino married beauty queen Jeanne Biegger. Always always so great to grow in our knowledge of all these Dino-details. Keeps lovin' and learnin' 'bout our Dino! Dino-always, DMP

March 23, 1949 Betty and Dean's divorce is final

Thursday, March 22, 2012

this film is all about who does Dean Martin’s character bed, who did he bed – and who won’t he bed"

Hey pallies, likes our search for deep, pure, and true Dino-devotion takes us this day to Deutschland where we meet classic film aficionado Miss Irene Palfy. Palfy shared a blog pad tagged "Let the Show begin" with our Dino-lovin' pallie Mr. Monty Hawes, and her most recent post likes puts the accent on most beloved Dino in that big screen classic from 1963, "Toys In The Attic."

Likes I recently grabbed my own copy of the DVD of Miss Lillian Hellman's broadway smash hit, but haven't had the op to view it (so much Dino, so little time to spend time with him)....but likes after readin' this stellar review, I am certainly gonna puts this Dino-flick on the top of my Dino-viewin' list!

Miss Irene does a credible job of lettin' us in on the plot of this flick, and her review includes some amazin' pixs...mostly of our Dino and other cast members. Likes I loves the pix of our great man amorin' with the great Yvette Mimieux. It's clear that our Dino really burns up the screen in this flick and likes Palfy states, "this film is all about who does Dean Martin’s character bed, who did he bed – and who won’t he bed."

It is always always likes so thrillin' to find 'nother lover of our Dino praisin' one of his lesser known works. So, likes kudos goes out to Miss Irene Palfry for bringin' this Dino-riffic flick to the attentinado of her blog readership. To view this in it's original format, likes just clicks on the tag of this Dino-message. Keeps lovin' and viewin' our Dino! Dino-amazed, DMP

Let's watch.. ..TOYS IN THE ATTIC (1963)

Usually when one thinks of Gene Tierney - the films that come to one's mind might be those of her "career's peak" like e.g. LAURA (1944) and LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN (1945). Wonderful films indeed - but today I'd like to highlight a film of hers which features her in her second to last big movie (excluding some TV movies of course):


Julian Berniers (Dean Martin) isn’t very successful – in his live he lost a big amount of money. But now he is back to his home town New Orleans - visiting his two spinster sisters Carrie (Geraldine Page) and Anna (Wendy Hiller). With him he brings a lot of expensive presents - and his young and pretty wife Lily (Yvette Mimieux).

Lily's very rich mother, high society lady Albertine Prine (Gene Tierney), isn’t at all fond of Julian - but that’s not his biggest problem: Without the knowing of his wife and sisters he wants to help Charlotte Warkins (Nan Martin), an old flame of his who is married to a gangster (Larry Gates).

Lily is jealous – but even worse is Carrie – who is madly in love with her brother (in a way which is not very far from incest - but Julian is completely unware of that..) and she makes Lily call the husband of Charlotte..

~ Dean Martin and Gene Tierney ~

The film is based on the very successful play by Lillian Hellman. If you watch out you might spot in this film Joe Grey in a bar as an uncredited extra. He was a good friend of (and for a long time a double for) Dean Martin. They appeared together in about 16 films. Joe Grey also was a friend of Frank Sinatra - together they appeared in 10 of Sinatra's films.

~ Dean Martin and Yvette Mimieux ~

Though this film is all about who does Dean Martin’s character bed, who did he bed – and who won’t he bed: the best in this are the scenes of Wendy Hiller – of course I am a big fan of hers so not only maybe I am prejudiced in this aspect..

~ Frank Silvera and Gene Tierney ~

Gene Tierney is also really wonderful. She is perfect as an elderly society lady - still looking beautiful. She does her scenes in a very elegant - and partly a bit impish way.
I may step on some toes when I say that I think Yvette Mimieux looks at some moments more like she wa Dean Martin’s daughter than his wife – but I think this is one important aspect of the story: a more aged and by that maybe selfassured woman would have more trust into her husband (I guess.. I wasn't married to any men yet..) – and Miss Mimieux is doing her part quite well.

After all: the whole cast is really wonderful.

~ Dean Martin, Wendy Hiller (like me he loves her!! ..) - and Geraldine Page ~

There is one scene which really is a but heavy: Charlotte’s face gets cut with a knife. Frankly: That is a really shocking scene - for those who are not fond of any kind of brutality in films - or trained by watching Horror films.. So please: If you are not easy with this kind of scenes – make sure to have someone in reach who can tell you that it’s over..

~ Geraldine Page and Dean Martin.
this is from an amazingly done scene - it's all in the looks.. ~

Besides that I really can recommend this film to everyone who likes a good drama.

Thank you very much for listening!

Enjoy the show!