I'm currently reading Diane Keaton's autobiography. There's something about her that I just love. She's got this certain air about her that is so intriguing. I think it's the way she wears her clothes, combs her hair, holds her cigarette, how she phrases things so bluntly, the way she is such lady but also so perfectly boyish.
I think I've got such a soft spot for her because of her role in Manhattan which is closely my favorite film. You probably shouldn't even get me started on my love affair with Woody Allen....
"Collecting and reworking images, reorganizing the familiar into unexpected patterns in hopes of discovering something new, became one of our shared beliefs. Collage, like abstract reasoning, was a visual process for analyzing information."
-Then Again, Diane Keaton