M.   /   February 07, 2009   /   14 Comments

Some new old scans for our “Return to the Past” series. 😉

Marlène Jobert was due in 80 days when she gave this interview to Paris Match.

14 Responses to “Another Paris Match, 1980”
  1. George Says:

    It seems that Marlen was a big star in the late 70s in France as implied by the so many covers of Paris Match. In my mind this gives her even more credits for her decision to stop acting and to devote herself to her babies! What a beauty in the cover photo!!! Pregnacy indeed beautify women.

    PS A proverb says that if the baby is boy the pregnant becomes wild-look while if it’s girl becomes sweet and beautiful. It is more than obvious in Marlene’s case who is beautiful ^ 2 (…I raised it in the second power because of the twins)

  2. Mariana Says:

    She definitely was a big star back then. Since the late sixties to be more accurate. And throughtout the 70s she consolidated her career. More Paris Match to come! 😛

  3. EvaAnne Says:

    And the photographer is called Eva…it’s a sign, haha! 😉

  4. EvaAnne Says:

    P.s.: Does anyone know if Eva is attending the BAFTA’s tonight? I was wondering (and hoping) that maybe she would be there to present some award…

  5. Tango_down Says:

    George : Is there a mathematical law saying that if Marlène was pretty, their children would be pretty^2 ?
    Or if we translate that into a computer’s program :
    {for (i=Marlène, i < Eva && i < Joy, i++)
    It had to be an infinite loop 😆

  6. George Says:

    Tango_down: Imagine Eva’s and Joy’s daughters according to your algorithm!!! Besides that you improve my French you will improve my C knowledge. Listen to my idea: Try to write down a filter-program that can detect and delete the inelegant converastions, videos and pictures concerning Eva in order to be able to google herself safely in the future! (…thanks to Tango_down! Maybe she will write you also a thanks poem 🙂 )

  7. spot Says:

    thank you Mariana for these Return to the Past series! 🙂

  8. Liz Says:

    EvaAnne: I was hoping so, too. But unfortunately, there was no Eva around=(

    Tango_down & George: Please, go on… I’d need some computer courses;)

    Besides, I’ve started a collection of our poems!
    So, let’s continue the series…
    Then in some weeks, we’ll have a nice bunch of little pieces of great literature.
    Perhaps, we’ll find someone who is willing to publish them;)

  9. George Says:

    Liz: Listen to the idea: We will offer our poems’ collection for charity in order to promote Montblanc’s “The power to write” program! And guess who will introduce it 🙂 So please keep on…

  10. Tango_down Says:

    George : It’s better to learn programming by java language, it’s more characterized, all errors you make when you begin are automatically notified and corrected, that allows you to not do anything you want which is sometimes the case with C language. There are free free development environments and lot of possibilities then with objects, exceptions, polymorphism, etc

    I showed the algorithm to some people they confirmed it’s an infinite loop because of the Eva variable 😆

    Concerning the filter program, Larry Page & Sergey Brin already did the job : on google page, go to “preferences” and choose the “strict filtration” option, and confirm. Then the only pic result for the “Eva Green” research will be Eva as the Virgin Mary 😆

    Liz : So here are you homeworks 😆 : http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/java/index.html
    Who’s the poet who wrote : Let the sun shine, the sun is shining ?

  11. George Says:

    Tango_down: Forget Java, the new hit is J-eva 🙂 Very attractive language and more inspiring…

    So, Eva if you read Tango_down’s post you know what to do in the next googling 😉

  12. Tango_down Says:

    George : So you’re back with your puns 😆 Eva is definitely a pun inspiration for you.
    Let’s build Green Microsystems together and launch the J-eva language. I’m taking 99,9 of the property’s rights and you get the 0,01% left (because of my loyalty)

    Eva : And try also to make a Chuck Norris research : http://nochucknorris.com/
    And send me a video of your Chopin Nocturne’s performance.

  13. George Says:

    Tango_down: you are famous for your generosity! The idea is not bad, especially if we specialize to ecological software. I can send you this video but you have to wait a few decades.

    PS For now I can send you an alternative perfomance in the “Wet net prelude” although I think you ‘ve seen it as a classic music dedicated fan…

  14. Tango_down Says:

    George : Your performance was great, I loved that crescendo followed by a fermata when your cap changed color.