Alain Delon is a massive, massive babe

rifke

26% descended from the great teutonic tribes
any questions?

 

The Wild Turkey

Wild T!
Turkerator
Interview Alain did to promote Le Samourai.
Interestin' that he says that Jean-Pierre Melville is the best director
he ever worked with, considerin' that Alain had already worked with
René Clément, Luchino Visconti and Michelangelo Antonioni.

 

Ketamine Sun

Now, today, tomorrow and always







I am the little knight
With the sky above my eyes
I cannot be frightened

I am the little knight
With the earth under my feet
I will come to visit you
I will come to visit you



🖤🖤💙
 

rifke

26% descended from the great teutonic tribes
Interview Alain did to promote Le Samourai.
Interestin' that he says that Jean-Pierre Melville is the best director
he ever worked with, considerin' that Alain had already worked with
René Clément, Luchino Visconti and Michelangelo Antonioni.


its wonderful to hear him speak with such respect and feeling about the film and director. i wish i had a decent computer so i could watch it again after hearing him speak about it so thoughtfully!!!!

also, beautiful men should NEVER grow facial hair!!!!
 

rifke

26% descended from the great teutonic tribes







I am the little knight
With the sky above my eyes
I cannot be frightened

I am the little knight
With the earth under my feet
I will come to visit you
I will come to visit you




🖤🖤💙

i like this! it reminds me of christmas music!!
 

rifke

26% descended from the great teutonic tribes
so the question IS....

if dreamyneil is dreamyneil
and sexybrett is sexybrett
and handsome freddy is handsome freddy


what shall we call alain? since he cant simply be alain!!!


beautiful alain? comely alain? gorgeous alain? ravishing alain? enchanting alain?

none of these words seem adequate!!

maybe something french is in order. what is the french word for sexy?!
 

The Wild Turkey

Wild T!
Turkerator
so the question IS....

if dreamyneil is dreamyneil
and sexybrett is sexybrett
and handsome freddy is handsome freddy


what shall we call alain? since he cant simply be alain!!!


beautiful alain? comely alain? gorgeous alain? ravishing alain? enchanting alain?

none of these words seem adequate!!

maybe something french is in order. what is the french word for sexy?!

What about Alain a la Mode?
It's French soundin' and plus it reminds me of pie and ice cream! 🥧🍦
 

sea salt

I read books, I drink wine and I know things

Alain Delon says he's ready to die - but his dog must come too

PARIS: Veteran French film star Alain Delon said Thursday that he was so sick of the world he would be happy to die now -- but he wants his dog to go with him.

"I hate the times that we live in, it makes me vomit," said the 82-year-old actor, one of the handsomest men ever to grace the silver screen.

"There are people that I hate. Everything is false, and only money counts. I will leave this world without regret," he told Paris Match magazine in a frank, tell-all interview in which he admitted to not being much of a father to his children, one of whom he still refuses to recognise.

Delon, who lives alone outside Paris, said he wants his two-year-old Belgian Shepherd dog, Loubo, to die with him."If I go before him I will ask the vet for us to go together. He will inject him so he can die in my arms. "I would prefer that rather than leaving him to die of grief on my tomb," said the star of such classics as Visconti's "The Leopard", "The Samurai" and "Purple Noon", which was later remade as the "Talented Mr Ripley".

Yet Delon did not rule out making room for the right woman to shares his last days. He said there were about 10 candidates, "but for now none are quite right." He added he might even consider breaking his vow to never remarry if the right woman "was ready to accompany me to the end." The actor, who made his name playing pretty boy killers and cads, talked of his fear that he might be dug up after his death for DNA for a paternity test. "I've told my daughter, 'Please don't let that happen to me when I'm dead'," he said.

Delon has long denied he fathered a son with Nico, the late German pop star and muse of Andy Warhol. However, Delon's mother later adopted the boy, making him his half-brother. Yet Delon's own miserable childhood badly marked him, he told the magazine. "My parents got rid of me when I was four. I found myself with a foster family like an orphan." "Both of them came running back to me when I was famous. All of a sudden they remembered they had a son," he said bitterly. Nor has he forgiven them for signing his army papers so he could be thrown into the bloody Indochina War at 17. "It was them getting rid of me a second time," he said.

Delon put down his tumultuous love life and much of his woes with women to being abandoned. "You cannot get back the love that wasn't given to me as a child. These are holes that can never be filled. Even when I love a woman, I feel alone. I was only four when I understood that those you love the most can abandon you." The actor admitted that he had not always been the perfect gentleman. "I am like that, I do stupid things. I have been in prison. I was a little thug. All I had was my face," he said.

Yet women have always fallen at his feet, even as a baby, he said. "My mother had to put a sign on my pram, 'You can look, but you can't touch!'"
"I have been loved all my life," he said, particularly by the German actress Romy Schneider and Mireille Darc, who died last year.

"Very few men have been loved like me."

But Delon said he never slept with Brigitte Bardot, who was the Venus to his Apollo in French cinema of the 1960s. "Strange though it may seem... given the torrid scenes we did, we were only friends, but good friends," he told Paris Match of the actress, who like him has been a vocal supporter of the far-right National Front party. "I really like her and we share a passion for animals. If she had not her great love of animals I am sure she would have killed herself by now, like so many other great sex symbols. It is very hard for a woman to no longer see desire in men's eyes."

 

sea salt

I read books, I drink wine and I know things
Il était beau mais his life was a hot mess
 

rifke

26% descended from the great teutonic tribes

Alain Delon says he's ready to die - but his dog must come too

PARIS: Veteran French film star Alain Delon said Thursday that he was so sick of the world he would be happy to die now -- but he wants his dog to go with him.

"I hate the times that we live in, it makes me vomit," said the 82-year-old actor, one of the handsomest men ever to grace the silver screen.

"There are people that I hate. Everything is false, and only money counts. I will leave this world without regret," he told Paris Match magazine in a frank, tell-all interview in which he admitted to not being much of a father to his children, one of whom he still refuses to recognise.

Delon, who lives alone outside Paris, said he wants his two-year-old Belgian Shepherd dog, Loubo, to die with him."If I go before him I will ask the vet for us to go together. He will inject him so he can die in my arms. "I would prefer that rather than leaving him to die of grief on my tomb," said the star of such classics as Visconti's "The Leopard", "The Samurai" and "Purple Noon", which was later remade as the "Talented Mr Ripley".

Yet Delon did not rule out making room for the right woman to shares his last days. He said there were about 10 candidates, "but for now none are quite right." He added he might even consider breaking his vow to never remarry if the right woman "was ready to accompany me to the end." The actor, who made his name playing pretty boy killers and cads, talked of his fear that he might be dug up after his death for DNA for a paternity test. "I've told my daughter, 'Please don't let that happen to me when I'm dead'," he said.

Delon has long denied he fathered a son with Nico, the late German pop star and muse of Andy Warhol. However, Delon's mother later adopted the boy, making him his half-brother. Yet Delon's own miserable childhood badly marked him, he told the magazine. "My parents got rid of me when I was four. I found myself with a foster family like an orphan." "Both of them came running back to me when I was famous. All of a sudden they remembered they had a son," he said bitterly. Nor has he forgiven them for signing his army papers so he could be thrown into the bloody Indochina War at 17. "It was them getting rid of me a second time," he said.

Delon put down his tumultuous love life and much of his woes with women to being abandoned. "You cannot get back the love that wasn't given to me as a child. These are holes that can never be filled. Even when I love a woman, I feel alone. I was only four when I understood that those you love the most can abandon you." The actor admitted that he had not always been the perfect gentleman. "I am like that, I do stupid things. I have been in prison. I was a little thug. All I had was my face," he said.

Yet women have always fallen at his feet, even as a baby, he said. "My mother had to put a sign on my pram, 'You can look, but you can't touch!'"
"I have been loved all my life," he said, particularly by the German actress Romy Schneider and Mireille Darc, who died last year.

"Very few men have been loved like me."

But Delon said he never slept with Brigitte Bardot, who was the Venus to his Apollo in French cinema of the 1960s. "Strange though it may seem... given the torrid scenes we did, we were only friends, but good friends," he told Paris Match of the actress, who like him has been a vocal supporter of the far-right National Front party. "I really like her and we share a passion for animals. If she had not her great love of animals I am sure she would have killed herself by now, like so many other great sex symbols. It is very hard for a woman to no longer see desire in men's eyes."

this is both depressing and poetically fascinating. seems that he has not acquired any of the transcendent qualities of wise old age.
 

Ketamine Sun

Now, today, tomorrow and always

Delon has long denied he fathered a son with Nico, the late German pop star and muse of Andy Warhol. However, Delon's mother later adopted the boy, making him his half-brother. Yet Delon's own miserable childhood badly marked him, he told the magazine. "My parents got rid of me when I was four. I found myself with a foster family like an orphan." "Both of them came running back to me when I was famous. All of a sudden they remembered they had a son," he said bitterly. Nor has he forgiven them for signing his army papers so he could be thrown into the bloody Indochina War at 17. "It was them getting rid of me a second time," he said.
Wonder what their side of the story is in that. Anyway, if he’s intelligent enough to see the wrong in his parents disowning him, then he should be able to see the wrong in not recognizing his son Ari. He’s no better than his own parents, old story.
Delon put down his tumultuous love life and much of his woes with women to being abandoned. "You cannot get back the love that wasn't given to me as a child. These are holes that can never be filled.
So just create more holes by not accepting Ari as your son, fool.
Even when I love a woman, I feel alone. I was only four when I understood that those you love the most can abandon you." The actor admitted that he had not always been the perfect gentleman. "I am like that, I do stupid things. I have been in prison. I was a little thug. All I had was my face," he said.

Yet women have always fallen at his feet, even as a baby, he said. "My mother had to put a sign on my pram, 'You can look, but you can't touch!'"
"I have been loved all my life," he said, particularly by the German actress Romy Schneider and Mireille Darc, who died last year.

"Very few men have been loved like me."

But Delon said he never slept with Brigitte Bardot, who was the Venus to his Apollo in French cinema of the 1960s. "Strange though it may seem... given the torrid scenes we did, we were only friends, but good friends," he told Paris Match of the actress, who like him has been a vocal supporter of the far-right National Front party. "I really like her and we share a passion for animals. If she had not her great love of animals I am sure she would have killed herself by now, like so many other great sex symbols. It is very hard for a woman to no longer see desire in men's eyes."

 
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