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Celebrating Genius – Martin Scorsese

In my lifetime, there has been only been a handful of films that have truly captured and celebrated the beauty and magic of the cinema. Off hand, Francois Trauffaut’s “Day for Night” and Woody Allen’s “Purple Rose of Cairo.” Yesterday, I had the great honor of seeing Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo.” It not only pays homage to greaert inventors and artists of the early cinema but might be the most beautiful film I have ever seen. Thank you, Mr. Scorsese, for your diligence in preserving the films of the great cinematic artists of the past and for making some of the greatest films and works of art in cinematic history.

For a beautiful picture of the key art for the film, check out Trend Rabbit’s post by clicking on this link:  http://bit.ly/rQLNVd

 

 

 

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