I started thinking about the key role costume design plays in making a classic period film work. My top 10 picks stand as great films on their own, but in each case, the stunning costume work really adds to the impact.
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How does one live when a part of oneself, and not the lesser part, remains a prisoner of some of the greatest works in the history of cinema?
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