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waterloobot: From Jean Cocteau to Jean Marais, 1939: Thank you from the bottom of my heart for having saved me. I was drowning and you threw yourself into the water without hesitation, without a backward look. 9/25/20 6:07 AM

EthicsArbitrage: Says the guy with the fake quote in his banner, first spoken by Yul Brenner, supposedly quoting his friend, Jean Cocteau. The media at least verifies their information first and saves us from both fools and lazy men.

neurosocialself: ‘A dream .. strictly mad, strictly absurd, strictly magnificent ..’ Jean Cocteau The Art of Cinema

cylocyziruzu: The poet never asks for admiration; he wants to be believed. Jean Cocteau

GSWSyndicate: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

AprilAubade: "The Blood of A Poet" (Jean Cocteau, 1930), starring actor Enrique Riveros.

AnecdotalWisdom: Dissatisfied with one of his productions, writer Jean Cocteau confided his disappointment to a group of his film students: “It’s my worst work.” One of his loyal disciples said, “Among us it’s generally understood that you aren’t its author.”

AlexiaDodd2: Young Thug recriando a fotografia de Philippe Halsman "The Versatile Jean Cocteau" (1949)

tcpennell: A quiet, cozy Saturday night at home with a cocktail, takeout, and Jean Cocteau’s 1950 masterpiece: Orphée.

nekomatapoetry: "Poets don't draw. They unravel their handwriting and then tie it up again, but differently," Jean Cocteau once said.

tattoo_beatz: If you've never had goosebumps from music, then it's time for you to think - and not shit ... are you listening? Jean Cocteau

tonyaiseminger: Jean Cocteau called Dietrich ‘the most terrifying and exciting woman I have ever known’. Each became a muse to the other, and they challenged each other, flinging down ‘artistic gauntlets like duelists’.” I need that ^ conspiratorial energy in my orbit.

KubackiStephen: "When I write, I disturb." -Jean Cocteau

LingaSum: Jean Cocteau - The Blood of A Poet (1932).

DominiqueRevue: "What are you doing at my door at this hour? God, you're covered with blood!" —Forgive me. "What should I forgive you for?" —For being a beast. Forgive me. Belle and La Bête ... Jean Cocteau's LA BELLE ET LA BÊTE/BEAUTY AND THE BEAST (1946)

JeffStafford76: Georges Franju & Jean Cocteau: Thomas the Impostor

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kfeoppls: Tact consists in knowing how far to go too far ~Jean Cocteau

indvir55s: Tact consists in knowing how far to go too far ~Jean Cocteau

DestSaigon: "When Godard moved to Paris, he reportedly said: “I shall be the Cocteau of the new generation”"

yuki07170575: The worst tragedy for a poet is to be admired through being misunderstood. Jean Cocteau

FFSahil3021: Life is a horizontal fall.~Jean Cocteau NATION LOVES MUNAWAR

callec6: By Jean Cocteau, 1939

kiyote23: One is either judge or accused. The judge sits, the accused stands. Live on your feet. –Jean Cocteau

nekomatapoetry: Jean Cocteau, begins by establishing Orpheus as a beautiful, hip poet spurned by the other beautiful, hip poets who hang out smoking and drinking at the Poets’ Café in Paris. Orpheus is unpopular—his poetry has been too successful.

aniacatherine: Emotion resulting from a work of art is only of value when it is not obtained by sentimental blackmail. Jean Cocteau

GSWSyndicate: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

BeineckeLibrary: Parade. Ballet. Manuscript, in a copyist's hand, of a reduction for piano four-hands of Satie's ballet, with extensive annotations by Jean Cocteau and a few by Leonid Massine. Complete folder digitized

welfordwrites: Tact consists in knowing how far to go too far. Jean Cocteau

Glowsteeze: Darren Aronofsky’s “mother!” is a spiritual remake of the 1930 Jean Cocteau film “ The Blood of a Poet”.

irmadesmond: "Mirrors are gates through which death comes and goes." Orpheus (Jean Cocteau, 1950)

RickLondonGreen: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

222solid444uu: a portrait of young thug (2019) and jean cocteau captured by philippe halsman (1949)

jnixox_34: That’s it,I’m done , I’m learning French jean cocteau étudiant est en route

KeepCalmFannyOn: "He is a gastronome, a collector, a passionate advocate of his art; he owns four hotels in France, a bistro in Paris and a restaurant in Stockholm; he has been decorated with the Légion d'Honneur, he advises Canadian television on cookery and he is the godson of Jean Cocteau."

DonPedr15417944: “The greatest masterpiece in literature is only a dictionary out of order.” — Jean Cocteau

benignenigmas: I'm a fan of Jean Cocteau.

Niluccio: Jean Cocteau talking about genius (everyone has it), how the people of 1962 are all "apprentice robots", and how it takes a long time to grow young

BrookeDmusic: Interviewer: If your house were on fire, which object would you take with you? Jean Cocteau: The fire!

dean_frey: Nadia Boulanger by Edmond Joaillier, 1925 "It is rare that a young musician intrigues us, or that his work at least partially opens a door, without his disclosing that he is a pupil of Nadia Boulanger." - Jean Cocteau

rapoutcontext: Young Thug recriando a fotografia de Philippe Halsman "The Versatile Jean Cocteau" (1949)

abramibramson: "You must not confuse the truth with the opinion of the majority of the media today -Jean Cocteau

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ilovearca: 9/13/22 la belle et la bete (beauty and the beast) (dir. jean cocteau) since i just watched juraj herz's version of beauty and the beast i wanted to rewatch this version. it's a completely and sincerely, lovingly realized fairytale. absolutely my favorite iteration of the story

mayiopa: Tact consists in knowing how far to go too far ~Jean Cocteau

xmorph777_: "True realism consists in revealing the surprising things which habit keeps covered and prevents us from seeing." Jean Cocteau "We need realism to deal with reality." Slick Rick

JoeyPollari: "Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne" was the result, Bresson's second feature, and the consequences were great: marveling at Jean Cocteau's dialogue of destiny, at María Casares' arch and wounded avenger, and then moved by seeing one of our most rigorous filmmakers before his rigor

RaspiArduino: Tact in audacity is knowing how far you can go without going too far. -- Jean Cocteau

santafefilmofc: The Jean Cocteau Cinema has had a glow up! The 1976 theater has received the face lift it deserves with more improvements coming soon. Owned by none other than George R.R. Martin, the theater has potential to exceed its glory days.

Dendraletheia: This Friday's Mars-Venus square isn't "horror movies vs. a visit to the Louvre" - it's The Piano Teacher, Phantom of the Opera, it's Jean Cocteau, etc.

GSWSyndicate: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

VK_HM: I’m not surprised to see clips from Fritz Lang and Sergei Eisenstein films (among others like Sergei Bondarchuk and Jean Cocteau) but a dog eared paperback by A. E van Vogt was a surprise. What a singular set of playful visual inferences here. What a man.

sabmayahai__: My house was burning down and I could save one thing. I decided to save the fire. I don't have anywhere to live, but the fire lives in me. -Jean Cocteau

a_jillion: “I love cats because I enjoy my home; and little by little, they become its visible soul.” – Jean Cocteau A Jillion Ways To Say Goodbye To Your Pet:

111Truth777: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” — Jean Cocteau

RickLondonGreen: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

moviate: FALL SCHEDULE: Jean Cocteau's "ORPHEUS" / Hal Ashby's "Harold and Maude" / Tim Burton's "BEETLEJUICE" and a special Halloween Cinema Event! -

1stDibs: Her space on the city’s Left Bank mixes mid-century pieces by the likes of Jean Cocteau and Pablo Picasso with whimsical contemporary creations.

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Living is a horizontal fall.” ~ Jean Cocteau

amandafortini: “A true poet does not bother to be poetical. Nor does a nursery gardener scent his roses.” —Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “Style is a simple way of saying complicated things.” ~ Jean Cocteau

OFidhne: “What the public criticizes in you, cultivate. It is you.” ~ Jean Cocteau

velveteyedfairy: Jean Cocteau, Salvador Dali and Ezra Pound were all Nazi collaborators Germany churned out endless volkisch art

HusseinMamdouh: The Blood of a Poet , Jean Cocteau (1932)

YogiScottL: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” ~ Jean Cocteau

MaraRiv2: Lee Miller and Tanja Ramm having breakfast in bed at Lee’s Paris studio, 1931. The wall hanging is from a Jean Cocteau design. Photo by Theodore Miller

Bodhichitta360: “The instinct of nearly all societies is to lock up anybody who is truly free. First, society begins by trying to beat you up. If this fails, they try to poison you. If this fails too, they finish by loading honors on your head.” Jean Cocteau

moterffffs: Tact consists in knowing how far to go too far ~Jean Cocteau

SteimerJohn: »I've always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths which eventually turn into lies, while mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.«  //Jean Cocteau

WiseJuggernaut: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” — Jean Cocteau

PrismaticWriter: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” Jean Cocteau

alcarbon68: Man Ray, Ezra Pound, Curtis Moffat, Louis Rothschild, Tristan Tzara and Jean Cocteau - Paris, 1927

mabobine: Morning’…Jean Cocteau.

jpkalliomusic: "Art is science made clear." - Jean Cocteau

darioka1: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” — Jean Cocteau

oldstocky: “I’ve always preferred mythology to history. Because history is made up of truths that eventually turn into lies. Mythology is made up of lies that eventually become truths.” — Jean Cocteau

CrackerClassics: EPISODE 125: Stockholm Syndrome and the Glittery GPS Horse We watch Jean Cocteau's "La Belle et la Bête" and make too many Disney comparisons, but also wonder if adding glitter to a horse makes it magic.

praashok: A film is a petrified fountain of thought. Jean Cocteau

GlineurJL: Featured Art of the Day: "Jean Cocteau". Buy it at:

TehJennifer: La Salle des marriages-Jean Cocteau. In France, it is compulsory to have a civil marriage service, usually performed at a Town Hall. The religious ceremony performed in a church is optional. The charming wedding room in Menton’s town hall was painted in the 1950s by Jean Cocteau.

speederaserhead: Love the paper cutout of Jean Cocteau with a cigarette lol

KenLayne: Ghosts must use the tools at hand. So the Queen's ghost used this picture of a cocktail being offered at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe to say, "I cannot find my pre-dinner cocktail in the Void! God bless you all."

aj_mangum: Tonight's movie: Orpheus (1950). Dir.: Jean Cocteau.

scdadle: I’ve always preferred mythology to history. History is truth that becomes an illusion. Mythology is an illusion that becomes reality. -Jean Cocteau

EdizBlues: Living is a horizontal fall. Jean Cocteau

timjohnbyford: Jean Cocteau, in his diaries, noted that at the Queen's coronation a very young Charles fell off his chair. According to African tribal lore, this was a sign that he would never become King.

waterloobot: From Jean Cocteau to Jean Marais, 1939: Thank you from the bottom of my heart for having saved me. I was drowning and you threw yourself into the water without hesitation, without a backward look. 9/25/20 6:07 AM

GSWSyndicate: Silence moves faster when it�s going backward. ~Jean Cocteau

johnolivermusic: "A film is a petrified fountain of thought." from Jean Cocteau -

iceandpop: "A film is a petrified fountain of thought."

jondmaas: A brooch designed by Jean Cocteau for Elsa Schiaparelli, 1952:

inamhaq_: "If a poet has a dream, it is not of becoming famous, but of being believed." ~ Jean Cocteau

PocketHistory: Cocteau, Jean. 1889-1963. Montparnasse poet. Provençale figurative painter. Filmmaker.

isthatkap: jean cocteau, 1950 young thug, 2019

Discontinuum12: A young Guy Debord pictured with Jean Cocteau (1951)



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