belle... belle de jour
Catherine Deneuve and Marcello Mastroianni in ”Ça n’arrive qu’aux autres” (1971)
Go kiss a duck, marblehead.
Roman Polanski and Catherine Deneuve on the set of Repulsion (1965)
Funny Bunny's Girl
Roman Polanski and Catherine Deneuve, Cannes 1965
(via jadoredeneuve)Don't sit under the apple tree
Letter to Jane Magazine
Belle de Jour
When you’re watching a film that has Catherine Deneuve finding liberation through prostitution, you’re not supposed to be thinking about things like the lighting, but as I was going through it my mind kept coming back to Bunuel’s style. In all his films the aesthetic is so traditional, none of the lighting is in the least bit realistic. Hitchcock did the same thing and it’s what helped bring that extra edge to their films. They never telegraphed or cued you that something weird or confusing was going to happen. Instead they lull you into the familiar and then begin to twist things and destroy them from the inside and you’re left with something completely new.
(via jadoredeneuve)Do you remember how wet i made you?
What difference does it make ?
Walter Carone - Catharine Deneuve , 1961
Catherine Deneuve © Jerry Schatzberg, New York, 1965.
Catherine Deneuve and her daughter Chiara Mastroianni
Catherine Deneuve (c. 1962)
(via jadoredeneuve)Parle-moi de ta vie
Sisters Catherine Deneuve and Francoise Dorleac, early 1960s
(Source: rosemarytrumpets)It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing