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Constance Jablonski , this lady got her start in the modelling market within the French Elite Model Look Contest of 2006. Jablonski made her catwalk introduction in September 2008 at the fashion weeks in New York, Milan and Paris. She has walked the runways of New York, Paris, Milan and London, both in the Ready-to-wear and Haute Couture seasons. Jablonski has walked for Shiatzy Chen, Donna Karan, Dior, Gucci, Burberry, Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Balmain, Balenciaga, Zac Posen, Sonia Rykiel and Elie Saab, among many others. In November 2010, she walked in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show initially.




She has appeared in promotional initiatives for brands just like Alberta Ferretti, Cesare Paciotti, D&G, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, Hermes, Nine West, Majestic Filatures, Max Mara, Barneys, Topshop, Tse, H&M, Bally, GAP, Moschino, United Colors of Benetton, Estee Lauder, and Y-3. In April 2010, it was introduced that Jablonski and Chinese model Liu Wen would join the roster of faces from the make-up company Estée Lauder.




 

Constance Jablonski was born in Lille France in 1991

 

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New York has by far the most historic office building ever constructed. My favorite of all the buildings is the Metropolitan Life Insurance building that opened in 1909, and was the tallest building in the world until the Woolworth bldg opened in 1913; Many of the old historic buildings have been converted to very expensive apartments.

 

There are movies that I say, when I was a kid yes New York‘s my home, regardless of the grittiness. There are movies since maybe the late 1940’s. That are shot exclusively in New York City. The Naked City from 1948 comes to mine first a great crime drama Starring Barry Fitzgerald, and Howard Duff, I remember as the first film shot totally on location in New York initializing most of the 5 borough of the city. There are certain directors who love New York, and what it has to offer as a back drop.

 

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Annie Hall Woody Allen 1977

 

 

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Somebody Up There Likes Me Paul Newman 1956

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Dog Day Afternoon Al Pacino 1975

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The French  Connection Gene Hackman 1971

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Rosemary’s Baby 1968 Mia Farrow

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The Hot Rock Robert Redford 1972

 

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The Seven Ups Roy Scheider 1973

 

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The Taking Of Pelham One Two Three Robert Shaw 1974

 

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The Wrong Henry Fonda 1956

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Three Days Of The Condor Fay Dunaway 1975

 

 

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A Thousand Clowns Martin Balsam 1965

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The Anderson Tapes 1971 Sean Connery

 

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Fort Apache The Bronx Paul Newman 1981

 

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The Naked City Howard Duff 1948

 

There are movies that I  say, when I was a kid yes New York’s my home, regardless of the grittiness. There are movies since maybe the late 1940’s. That are shot exclusively in New York City. The Naked City from 1948 comes to mine first a great crime drama Starring Barry Fitzgerald, and Howard Duff, I remember as the first film shot totally on location in New York initializing most of the 5 borough of the city. There are certain directors who love New York, and what it has to offer as a back drop. When its a romantic comedy like Woody Allen’s Annie Hall, or the very dark, and gritty William Friedkin’s The French Connection, or what Sidney Lumet dose so very well in films like The Anderson Tapes, and Dog Day Afternoon, actually using the city itself as a set effectively.

Movies shot in New York City Midnight Cowboy, Kramer v Kramer, Ghost Busters

As far as I’m concern it’s not just a site of the Empire State building, or the Statue Of Liberty, but I like seeing parts of the city that are not  usually seen on screen. Like the Lower East Side, or Harlem. We are used to seeing Broadway, and Time Square, or the upper west or east sides. I like all the dirty areas they showed in Fort Apache the Bronx, and Brooklyn in the movie The French Connection. The Hells Kitchen scenes in West Side Story are perfect.

 

 

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The Godfather Part II is probably the best made film of the 70s, and arguably maybe ever. Francis Ford Coppola said many times. He was under great pressure while filming the Godfather in 1971, and was about to be fired from the film at any point, almost daily by the Paramount heads, for a lot of questionable decisions. One being the casting a relatively unknown, Al Pacino, and for many other reasons. When part 2 came around, his main wish was to be left alone, and to make the move his way, and he made a master piece, on all levels.

Al Pacino’s character is clearly the new Don in the film, either being ran out of New York, by the other families, or by choice to get into the casino business, in Nevada, and pre-Castro Cuba who knows. I saw this film for the first time I think on HBO, in the cable stations primitive state maybe in the late 70s, and I did see the Godfather Saga around ’77; broadcast on TV over a three night period I think. Al Pacino, and Robert De Niro appear in this movie of course. Al Pacino as Michael, and Robert DeNiro, the young Vito Corleone.

Whats great about The Godfather Part llis everyone who was still living, what I mean who was not killed off appear in this movie from the first film. This film smartly goes back, and forth between when young Vito comes to American in 1901, and it Chronicles  Michael in 1958 Lake Tahoe,NVThis film effortlessly goes back, and forth between eras. In the 1958 era, Michael has to deal with major betrayal, a street war, and a senate investigation into his mod world. In the Vito Corleone segment starring Robert DeNiro who is a relatively newcomer to Hollywood. This film make him a super star, and earns him an Oscar. His era shows his rise to power in New York City’s little Italy in the 1920s, muscling in on the head black handers business in the streets.

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There are some supporting stand out performances. John Cazale who plays the weak, and dim witted brother Fredo has a much broader role, and the great acting coach Lee Strasberg, plays a Meyer Lansky type character by the name of Hyman Roth, and Michael’s Brooklyn New York mob Chieftain, by the name of Frankie Pentangeli, played with an Oscar nominated performance by Michael V. Gazzo. A very colorful character indeed.  The Godfather Part ll is a very long movie, but movies along very well. A lot of movies become dated after a while,but since this is a period piece, its really timeless. This film has great consumes, and music.

Little-Known Facts About ‘The Godfather: Part II’ – ABC News

It’s hard for me to choose what film is better. The Godfather, or The Godfather Part ll. What I can tell you. They are both my personal favorite movies of all time. The Godfather Part ll one the Oscar for best picture, as did the Godfather. The only sequels in the history of American film to do so. Other notable Oscar winners was Robert De Niro, Best Supporting actor for his role as Vito Corleone.

The cast rounds out with Talia Shire, Robert Duvall,Diane Keaton,Richard Bright,Bruno Kirby,Frank Sivero,Morgana King.

Directed by Francis Ford Coppola