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  • Klaus Kinski | Marcelle Clements

    Klaus Kinski

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    • By Marcelle Clements
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    You can witness Klaus Kinski have a mood swing within a minute, within a sentence, as his mind conveys him from an infuriating image to a soothing one to a humorous one. If you watch his face while he speaks, you will see it become a mask of ire, his glance menacing as he spits out words of contempt and outrage. Then suddenly, there'll be a smile of such gentleness that something will constrict in your chest.

  • Terminal Cool | Marcelle Clements

    Terminal Cool

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    Cool had a lot to do with sex, sex appeal, and sex roles. Girls have never received enough credit for the fantastic leap of the mind they took in the 60s. In these post-women's-power days, we've come to take a lot for granted. But when the 17-year-old girl from the comfortable home started adopting some of the attitudes of the black jazz musician, the lessons of centuries of class and gender indoctrination were dumped in the trash along with the pink plastic curlers.

  • The Dog Is Us | Marcelle Clements

    The Dog Is Us

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    About 15 percent of all Americans are estimated to be Marijuana smokers, and 56 million have tried it at least once. These figures have been published so often that it's easy to get the impression that marijuana smoking is one of the more secure 60s legacies. The trouble is that the statistics one always hears about relate to those who try or use marijuana. And the fact that those figures are staggering only makes it seem all the more surprising that a dramatic number of people have stopped using the drug.

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