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On ‎7‎/‎8‎/‎2017 at 10:04 AM, Rob S said:

 

for some reason the photographer chose to airbrush the additional ':heart:FF R' from her arm!!!:beating:

 

On the Francis Lai's music A Man and a Woman, the music score of the Palme d'Or by Claude Lelouch:

Everyone knows that Ondine likes to write some temporary drawings on the sand of the beach. A wave and everything is forgotten.

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An Alien waffled about and Ondine, and the sand, and the sea, and the waves.
It was because the festival of film 

SunSète A Côté Mer (Sea Side)

juste opened its outdoor gates on Friday July 7, 2017 --the last day of school-- until July 11 at Sète (south-eastern of France)

between the Etang de Thau, a salt lake and the Mediterranean Sea.

 

A glimpse of suggestion of black lingerie and blue stones necklace

 

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The thematic of SunSète Festival is "the sea, the feet in the sand" according to the newspaper Midi Libre on Saturday July 8, 2017

"Clap de début pour la deuxième édition du festival SunSète".                                                     ^ More pics featuring Laetitia.

 

 

From left to right:           JR,                                  Joseph,                              Laetitia

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Géométries Amoureuses: The Big Wave

An Alien loves all dimensions of these geometries by Jean-Michel Othoniel

 

 

Laetitia in the :alien:-like Big Wave, an aquatic steel Sphinx architecture covered by black glass bricks blown in India

 

Jean-Michel Othoniel has been inspired by The Great Wave, a pic shot in 1857 at Sète by Gustave Le Gray.

 

Centre Régional d’Art Contemporain (CRAC) of Sète on July 9, 2017

 

Relative quote: "A craving desire is a wave, belonging to a wave in a world of waves" by Jack Kerouac

Smoke in front of the Big Wave: JR, Jean-Michel Othoniel hidden by a cloud of smoke and ... Louis but not Laetitia, a pic by Luc Castel.

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Only the first screen and the last screen are in English while the name of the village is in Corsican.

"Laetitia in Miss Lumiu 1993"

A film by Julien Iovino aka komabox, scenario by Laetitia for the previous version of the official web site of Laetitia Casta

 

"Featuring : Brother Jeeby"

Spoiler

                ^               ^

                :                Only the English Wikipedia mentions this first name in the sentence "After her unexpected registration by Jeeby,

                :                Casta was elected Miss Lumio 93.[6]" with the reference [6] definitively dead.

                :                The internal link inside the official web site is no longer available since a new version is in preparation.

               Typical whitespace only in French

 

"© 1936, Allarosa Production, Inc."

         ^                                     ^

        :rofl:                                  :p

 

The French dialogues are translated in the following waffle by an Alien:

Spoiler

Pay attention in the sign, that defines the input of the village, the ending "o" of Lumio has been struck through with the Corsican suggestion "u" as in the title of the movie.

 

Jeeby wants to register Laetitia.

Laetitia: "No, but are you mad? He is mad this Jeeby. Completely crazy." :laugh:

Laetitia made mad the men, even her own brother who attended with his little sister Marie-Ange the Vienne Westwood's fashion show.

 

Jeeby registers Laetitia writing her first name at the right of "Minnie", "Daisy", and "Betty". They were 13 candidates.

 

"The day of the competition happens!

The mayor of the village guides the candidates until the community center of Lumio."

It is written "Carnuglin" on the pickup with the candidates.

A girl loses one of her shoes like in Cinderella.

 

"But what are doing Laetitia?" Laetitia is building her own legend: Laetitia is always late... :biggrin:

On the scene, the lamps are hidden behind aquatic shells. On the top of the curtain, it is written "Comedia".

 

On ‎4‎/‎22‎/‎2007 at 2:09 AM, lisa-1 said:

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Legend In her book: "To have a laugh with friends"

 

Laetitia wearing red shoes: "Hello!"

She already turns the head towards the photographer.

 

On ‎4‎/‎18‎/‎2007 at 0:19 PM, lisa-1 said:

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Laetitia (floral red swimsuit) between Gretta (in blue) and Alexandra (stripped red white swimsuit).

 

"Laetitia would be wrong to not participate to this election."

Jeeby appears attached to the branch of a tree.

This will announce the Salome's dance in Tsai Ming-Liang's Face asking for the John the Baptist's head.

 

"But Jeeby would never register Laetitia against her will..."

 

"The End" finishes the animation movie.

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War of the Buttons (2011), a film by Christophe Barratier

On ‎9‎/‎20‎/‎2011 at 0:41 AM, FashionDream said:

 

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From left to right: Kad Merad as Father Lebrac, Laetitia Casta as Simone, Christophe Barratier film director, Guillaume Canet as the teacher

 

 

Free open-air screening in Haute-Saône (70: Bourgogne-Franche-Comté) near Vesoul between Dijon and Belfort, Mulhouse, Zurich at the north of Besançon:
- July 17, 2017 at 10:00 PM: Neyrey-en-Vaux in Clairière de l'Homme dessus between Nevers, Magny-Cours and Dijon,
- August  26, 2017 at 9:00 PM: Pin behind the castle, between Vesoul and Besançon.

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