sometimes there's nothing to watch. photo by william gedney
Sunday, January 23, 2011
"Garbo had something behind the eyes that you couldn't see until you photographed her in close-up. You could see thought. If she had to look at one person with jealousy, and another with love, she didn't have to change the expression. You could see it in her eyes as she looked from one to the other. And nobody else could do that on the screen." (director Clarence Brown in a 1968 interview).
photos: brown/presenting a plaque to actress Pauline Frederic, 1952/the gang's all here: brown with harlow, myrna loy and clark gable