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Faye Dunaway

Faye Dunaway

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  • A Singular Star

    • micheal
    • 2012-04-01

    I agree with the above post that Faye Dunaway is great! Faye Dunaway is one of my favorite obsessions. I search for films either starring or featuring her at all stages of her career. She has an immense beauty that I am captivated by; impossibly high cheekbones and an icy/hotness not unlike Grace Kelly (though Faye is far more fiery and more willing to expose her passions). That beauty coupled with an intelligence and intensely fierce acting ability fuel her "It" factor. She seemingly burst onto the screen a full-fledged star in "Bonnie and Clyde". Her range is far greater than her reputation fully acknowledges. From her earthy and passionate turn as bank robber Bonnie to the elegant and emotionally entangled Evelyn Mulwray in "Chinatown" to the scheming and driven "Network" programming director to her criminally overlooked performances as a pious and lecherous pastor's wife in "Little Big Man" and as a neurotic beauty searching for meaning in "Puzzle of a Downfall Child", Faye portrays women of various economic and social backgrounds with aplomb. She infuses these characters with complex emotional notes. She gives them intelligence, wit, sex, neurosis, anger, desperation, strength, and soul. Though she is not known for nor was given many chances to play comedic roles, I am a huge fan of her comedic turn in "Little Big Man". To be honest sometimes I can be simply enraptured by her in full cinematic close-up. I am a huge fan, if you couldn't have guessed.

  • she is great!

    • george
    • 2007-08-28

    I think she is a really good actress

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