I was at the premiere screening at the Academy. Though Cher wasn’t there, oddly, Sonny was there with his new fourth wife Mary. Everyone in that room knew we’d just seen a masterpiece and director Norman Jewison got a standing ovation. It’s still one of my all-time favorite films.
You and I both must be close to death. Just like Johnny’s mother.
I have to say I was Team Sam with the husband coming home. The second the men walked in (“were you talking about sex? men??”), the joy was over. Lala cleared the plates (they weren’t even done!). Rachel True’s character started inviting the men to join them for dessert, etc. Totally killed the vibe. Read more
Would their couple name be Adelle or Michele?
This right here. I grew up in a place where I really didn’t have to think about being black. There was racism but it wasn’t entrenched, institutional racism. The school you went to or how you spoke would do more to doom you or raise you up than your skin color. Which is not to say that’s great but those at least are… Read more
Yeah its *always* the schools. Nobody would say “I want to move to an area that is mostly white,” but everyone says “I want to move to an area with good schools” (even when they dont have children)... We get it.