Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford and Roz Russell lead a bevy of MGM beauties in George Cukor's comedy classic The Women (1939).
Based on a play by Claire Booth Luce, with a screenplay by Anita Loos, it also stars Paulette Goddard, Joan Fontaine, Marjorie Main, the delightful Mary Boland and an all female cast who deliver some of the wittiest dialogue of the golden age of screen comedies. Gorgeously shot in the MGM tradition, with outrageous costumes by Adrian and a color fashion show that will knock your eyes out, it's a hysterical, bitchy glam fest you don't want to miss! Steve Hayes
19-year-old Jason Benjamin Josaphat, a baby. That Saturday night should have been the best Saturday night of his life, where he met the love of his life, or the best fuck of his life, or the worst fuck of his life, the one he laughed with his friends about later.
19-year-old Jason Benjamin Josaphat, someone's best friend, someone's secret crush, someone's future soulmate. A son.
19-year-old Jason Benjamin Josaphat. I should be posting his picture because he's fucking beautiful, because he's an Instaboy, because he was beautiful inside too, and he was loved. But instead I know 19-year-old Jason Benjamin Josaphat because he's dead, the face - just one of forty-nine faces - of a real life horror story. What was it like for him in those last moments of life? Do you dare to try and imagine it?
19-year-old Jason Benjamin Josaphat. A baby - our baby - who died before he lived.
"I would also like to take this opportunity to squash the persistent rumours about mysterious 'disappearances' and emphasize that rural and urban areas are now enjoying a life of harmony and peace. I'm sure you're glad to hear this. And I'm happy you're glad."