5/09/2015

THE STEPFORD WIVES

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

{ imdb / book / wiki }

 

It’s a good one. A true classic… a bit bizarre & occasionally creepy, but you probably already know that, right?

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

Joanna Eberhart moved from NY to the quaint little town of Stepford with her family, but soon discovers there lies a sinister truth in the all too perfect behaviour of the female residents.

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

There’s quite a few style lessons in this film. Katharine Ross looked absolutely incredible throughout the movie. And that hair… look at it… “my kingdom for her hair” type of thing.

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

I had a huuuge issue with her husband, though…

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

Because… well, it’s kind of obvious. I tend to think that this mismatch was intentional, but it still irked me tremendously – which, again, could be the whole point.

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

 

Interesting fact: the guy who wrote the book “The Stepford Wives”,
Ira Levin, also wrote Rosemary’s baby.

 

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

beatpie: The Stepford Wives

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