Two Provocative French Movies From The 1950’s

Jeanne Moreau

1958 was a glorious year for French cinema especially considering the great director, Louis Malle. Recently I watched two of his films made in that year. They were both groundbreaking in their way and starred the actor Jean Moreau. Orson Welles, himself an original director and actor called Jean Moreau, “The greatest actress in the world.” In both films, Moreau narrates her feelings to the viewer so that we experience both subjective and objective aspects of the interpersonal relationships that underly the two films. The films are in black and white with subtitles that add to the effect.or Continue reading “Two Provocative French Movies From The 1950’s”

Relationship Training: Should It Be Mandatory?


First published on Starts At Sixty

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Australians––those over fifty—are divorcing at an increasing rate. For women aged fifty to sixty-five, the rate has doubled in the last 25 years. Rates are similar in other Western countries. If you add to the number of divorcees the people in this age group who are separated and widowed, it’s pretty clear there are many seniors––particularly women—who are on their own. Continue reading “Relationship Training: Should It Be Mandatory?”

This Powerful Secret Can Lead To Success In Life

Success can mean different things to people. Some measure it by how much money they have. Success is not determined by how many millions you have. It is indicated by how you succeed in achieving your desired outcome. The greatest motivator is to formulate a cause. The question to ask is, “Do You Have A Powerful Cause?”

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