Facets’ Daily Find

Facets Features wraps up its look at beauties of movies past with a clip of the one-and-only Louise Brooks in Prix de Beaute (1930), a film that “confirms once more that Louise Brooks was one of the most enduringly fascinating women ever to appear in front of the camera” (Andrew Sarris, Village Voice). It was her last starring role in a feature, and her only film made in France.

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