Can’t watch Carol in the middle of the day? How sad for you. Follow along as I spend the next hour and 58 minutes rewatching the classic tale of two women desperate to score, while living in a society that refuses to support players who switch teams.
There comes a time in the lifespan of a job that an employee is offered a new opportunity elsewhere. Reasons for taking (or not taking) the other job are many—not to mention deeply personal—and the decision, once made, has the ability to change the trajectory of life, as well as all the lives in its orbit.
Everything Carol Aird looks at quickly turns to scorched earth, so scroll through this list of her most flames-inducing glances quickly! If you don’t, the incomparable heat generated by the protagonist of Todd Haynes’s 2015 masterpiece will set your heart—and maybe your entire home—on fire!
In director Todd Haynes’ films, characters have to learn how to live in worlds that don’t suit them. In Safe, Far From Heaven and I’m Not There, his lonely protagonists often feel trapped by circumstance, unable to find any sort of real happiness because, deep down, no one around them sees things the way they do. Carol…
He's the multi-millionaire (but not quite a billionaire) sporting the cowboy hat on his head and God-knows-what on his torso, and he happens to sit courtside at a terrifyingly astounding number of NBA games, sometimes carrying European models, all the time hobnobbing with the league's superstars. Meet Jim Goldstein!