golden-hearted love

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  • But Susan Bullock, magnificent in scarlet satin gown and black rebozo, made a thrilling debut as the golden-hearted Minnie, who falls for the renegade Johnson, delivered with stiff-hipped swagger by Carl Tanner.

    BBC Prom 54; La fanciulla del West; Joyce DiDonato; Simon Keenlyside; Kronos Quartet

  • Shot in lyrical widescreen monochrome by Raoul Coutard (immediately after he lit Breathless) and set in Demy's native Atlantic port of Nantes, this bittersweet, cleverly patterned film centres on a golden-hearted nightclub prostitute (Anouk Aimée) and the men whose journeys cross her life.

    Lola

  • I also can't imagine how depressing it would be working your little socks off to create unique, original and compelling movies - and still earning about a billion times less for your vision than that talentless fat dick Joe Esterhazs rakes in for creating yet another troubled alcoholic cop or yet another beautiful golden-hearted stripper.

    Tales From The Script 2 : This Time It's Orphul

  • A murder investigation serves mostly as a chance for him to ingratiate himself with drug lords to help pay off his massive debts, stay flush with blow, and keep up his visits with the world's most fantastically good-looking (and of course golden-hearted) hooker, Eva Mendes.

    Chris Willman: Telluride Report: Nic Cage Gets Wack with Crack in Bad Lieutenant; Viggo Hits The Road; Clooney's Comically Existential Up in the Air

  • Or the stern but golden-hearted dad, who will make the down payment to fix the family car we took on a joyride called the '80s.

    The Man And The Myth

  • Cop and crime shows seem equivocal sometimes, especially when they feature golden-hearted criminals or abusive judges, suggesting complexity.

    Zeitgeist Report

  • He was just beginning to publish the work that would get him there—the sketches of the California landscape and the miners, gunslingers, golden-hearted prostitutes, and wanderers who populated it.

    Mark Twain

  • He was just beginning to publish the work that would get him there—the sketches of the California landscape and the miners, gunslingers, golden-hearted prostitutes, and wanderers who populated it.

    Mark Twain

  • PW complains about clichéd minor characters, including a golden-hearted stripper.

    Joel N Ross: Double Cross Blind

  • They question each other, the young, the golden-hearted, of the world that they were robbed of in their quiet paradise.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

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