Inspirational Images: Tih Minh (1918)

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Tih Minh (1918) by French director Louis Feuillade, whose mystery serials were famous for their uninhibited realism.

Still scanned from new favourite book ‘A Pictorial History of Sex in the Movies’ by Jeremy Pascall and Clyde Jeavons. Expect many scans to come.

I wish viewing such films was an easier process. But then, there’s often something even more delicious about looking at the still images. I was often given books about films and actresses when I was younger, and I pored over the earliest images and their ethereal, unreal qualities. Perhaps someone should start a movie channel dedicated to silent films?

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