Ronja wrote:hadespussercats wrote:Michelle Pfeiffer isn't my favorite star-- I like her all right, but that's it. Usually.
But I think she has a quality in Ladyhawke that's special. She looks luminous. Radiant and luminous.
I'm so happy someone else knows that film! None of even my oldest and best friends, except the one who happened to see it with me in Stockholm when it was first showing, even recognize the film's name.
It was such a fluke: sometime in the mid(?)1980s, we were shepherding a class of high school students (could have been my youngest sister's senior class?) on their class trip and got an evening off from the "real" grownups. And it was raining, so we checked out the movies, simply because we had some time to kill. Chose "Ladyhawke" because of the feeling/style of the poster. Came out two hours later pretty stunned and quite content, both of us.
I've had it on queue for ages, but never watched it. I guess I'll have to bump it up when Ayaan is available.