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  • noun Plural form of authenticity.


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  • These funky-assed authenticities are blown, however, in scene after stilted scene as the social messages form a queue to watch the bullied become the bully.

    Berlin film festival – review

  • The authenticities of the record so preserved are vouched for not only by the faithful followers but also even by his prejudiced critics.

    when was the last time denmark got this much attention?

  • Over and above the signal fact of the impression made on Maggie herself, the aspirant to his daughter's hand showed somehow the great marks and signs, stood before him with the high authenticities, he had learned to look for in pieces of the first order.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • He had "bought" then, so far as he had been able, but he had bought almost wholly for the frail, fluttered creature at his side, who had had her fancies, decidedly, but all for the art, then wonderful to both of them, of the Rue de la Paix, the costly authenticities of dressmakers and jewellers.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • Should they disagree a little -- frankly and fairly -- about directions and chances, values and authenticities, the situation would be quite gloriously saved.

    The Golden Bowl — Complete

  • Canal, where they heap together marvelous collections, and establish authenticities beyond cavil.

    Venetian Life

  • He corrected versions, excerpted passages, disallowed authenticities, ascribed works to their true authors, and exposed the pretensions of sciolists with a vigour which ought to have finally dispersed that unhallowed class.

    Somehow Good

  • Pennebaker: "Whether they are political, musical, theatrical, or personal, these narratives trust the performers 'authenticities as much as they trust the audience to breathe in the full scope of their unscripted essences."

    GreenCine Daily

  • The impresario's own swarms of theatrical details swirl about him, while he is held captive by a wholly unexpected set of authenticities dear to someone equally as obsessive.


  • As before his total embodiment of character (see also AMERICAN PSYCHO, THE MACHINIST, BATMAN BEGINS) demands that he noticeably loses a colossal about of weight during the film’s progression (one of the film’s trademark authenticities), in a move ‘The Method’ mentor Lee Strasberg would surely be proud of.

    RESCUE DAWN | Obsessed With Film


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