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"Por que se chamava moço
Também se chamava estrada
Viagem de ventania
Nem lembra se olhou prá trás
A primeiro passo asso asso ...
Por que se chamavam homens
Também se chamavam sonhos
E sonhos não envelhecem
Em meio a tantos gases lacrimogênios
Ficam calmos calmos calmos...

E lá se vai
Mais um dia ah ah...
E basta contar compasso
E basta contar consigo
Que a chama não tem pavio
De tudo se faz canção
E o coração na curva de um rio rio rio rio...
De tudo se faz canção
E o coração na curva de um rio ...
E lá se vai...
mas um dia
E o rio de asfalto e gente
Entorna pelas ladeiras
Entope o meio fio
Esquina mais de um milhão
Quero ver então a gente gente gente..."

Composição: Milton Nascimento / Lô Borges / Márcio Borges 

I love to dream, but I also love make my dreams come truth.
You just got to have courage and if you fight for it, it will happen... It's already happening!
Have faith and trust yourself ;)

Who ordered pizza??

Ellen did! And it was one of the best and funniest moments of all the Oscars I ever saw! 
And I'm glad to share it with you now.. ;)

A lot of actors and actresses liked the idea and were spotted having some pleasant moment with their pizzas...
Meanwhile, at home...

for more #oscars2014 please visit my Twitter and Facebook ;)
see u next year!

The Wolf

Tonight's the 86th edition of the Oscars Academy Awards and...

As in every year, I'm staying home to watch it and like every year too I'm eager to know who will win what, what will be the jokes, the gaffes, who will cry, who will rock the red carpet ... . Anyway ...
Unlike other years, however, I've watched only one of the movies that were nominated so far, but still it's my favorite and I'll explain why...
A Martin Scorsese's movie always means a good movie: well told story, starring cast, interesting scenarios, impeccable wardrobe/ costumes, beautiful photography and classical soundtrack.

So since I saw the trailer for "The Wolf of Wall Street" - another partnership with Leonardo DiCaprio - I knew the movie would be great!

To raise expectations, unintentionally, I went to the premiere of the film in London!
That's right, I was on vacation in the city while on a beautiful morning I read in the newspaper "Metro": Premiere Tonight at the Leicester Square!

Yes I saw Leo near me.. he's really beautiful and tall and skinny.. haha... (the video is on my Instagram)
Margot Robbie is also really beautiful and she was gorgeous wearing an Oscar de la Renta gown.


And the Best Actor Oscar goes to...


Did you know he never won an Oscar?? Not even for "Titanic"!


By the way... Giorgio Armani signs the suits that Leo uses in the film... but this's a subject for the next blog post ;)

Black and Gold

All the best black and white' moments with the most desired golden award of the cinema.. ♡

1955 Oscars Golden Age: what a match!
Best Actress Grace Kelly for "The Country Girl"(1954) by George Seaton and
Best actor Marlon Brando for "On the Waterfront" (1954) by Elia Kazan.

1954 Best Actress Audrey Hepburn for "Roman Holiday" (1953) by William Wyler

Animator and producer Walt Disney has scooped the most Oscars in the 86-year-long history,
winning 26 gongs and being nominated for an impressive 59 awards!

"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"... I mean... Jack Nicholson!
Best Actor and Best Picture in 1976

Gonna Fly Now Sly!... "Rocky" won the Best Picture Award in 1977

1980' Best Supporting Actress Meryl Streep and Best Actor Dustin Hoffman
for "Kramer vs. Kramer" (1979) by Robert Benton

Everybody loves Al Pacino!
Standing ovation for the Best Actor!
no... he didn't win for the "Godfather" or "Dog Day Afternoon"... but he did won for his equally outstanding performance in "Scent of a Woman"(1992) by Martin Brest in 1993.

Best Actor in a Leading Role Jack Nicholson and Best Actress in a Leading Role Helen Hunt
for "As good as it gets"(1997) by James L. Brooks in 1998

Best Original Screenplay for "Good Will Hunting" by Ben Affleck and Matt Damon in 1998

In 2002 Halle Berry won more than an Oscar for Best Actress in "Monster’s Ball" (2001) by German-Swiss

Best Picture, Best Directing and Best Actress... 
in 2005 we fell in love for Clint Eastwood's "Million Dollar Baby"(2004) and Hilary Swank

a great lost for the movies... 2006' Best Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman 
for "Capote" (2005) by Bennett Miller

Finally Scorsese!
in 2007 he won the Best Director award from his best friends and best directors :)
"The Departed" (2006) also won the Best Picture award.

"... and it is true, there is some angels in this city."
Best Actress cutessest speech by
Marion Cotillard for "La Vie en Rose" (2007) by Olivier Dahan

Heath Ledger wins Best Supporting Actor award in 2009 for his role 
as the Joker in "The Dark Knight" (2008) by Christopher Nolan.

Diva Kate Winslet is the Best Actress in 2009 for "The Reader" (2008) by Stephen Daldry

last year's Best Supporting Actor:
Christoph Waltz for Tarantino's "Django Unchained" (2012)

and also last year.. sweet Anne Hathaway won the Best Supporting Actress award for
"Les Misérables" (2012), by Tom Hooper