Random Screenshot Challenge

There is no real theme here, just some caps. Guess!

1. HINT: Title of film is an oxymoron, made between 1930-1934

1

Answer

2. HINT: The man in the cap had an affair with Katharine Hepburn that spanned over a decade.

2

Answer

3. HINT: The actress in this screencap was in 3 David Lynch films. The film in the cap was made 2 years before Blue Velvet, a film she was in.

4

Answer: Smoth Talk (Nethanial R)

4. HINT: A French silent film directed by Marcel L’Herbier

3

Answer

5. HINT: Musical made in 1945

5

Answer: Yolanda and the Thief (C. Jerry Kutner)

6. HINT: The director of this film also directed the film in cap 13

6

Answer: King  & Country (C. Jerry Kutner)

7.

7

Answer: You Were Never Lovelier (stennieville)

8. HINT: One of the actresses of this film had already won an academy award before this film was made

8

Answer: Little Darlings (Nathanial R)

9. HINT: Horror film from the late 80s, featuring a classic monster/villain. Not a slasher film.

9

Answer

10.

10

Answer: Mikey and Nicky (GM)

11.

11

Answer: Orlando (Spengo)

12.

12

Answer: Paris, Texas (Spengo)

13.

13

Answer: The Sleeping Tiger (Miguel Marías )

14.

141

Answer: La Guerre est finie (triple_t )

15.

15

Answer: Shampoo (Spengo)

18 responses to “Random Screenshot Challenge

  1. She really is. My mother was watching some of the Oscars with me last night, and would always comment on her appearance. My mother is very critical of actors/actresses, but for some reason, loved the way Swinton looked. Thought she was so eye catching and striking in an offbeat way… I suppose in a way she’s right, at least in the few films of hers I’ve seen, it’s hard to take your eyes off her

  2. I know Rita & Gene made two movies, so I have a 50/50 shot for #7. Is it “You were never Lovelier”? Also is #8 “Storia di Piera”? Kinda looks like Huppert and Schygulla, but I’m not 100% sure that is Huppert. 🙂

  3. 13 are Alexis Smith and Dirk Bogarde in Losey’s “The Sleeping Tiger”
    Miguel Marías

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