Weekend Reflections – Turin, Italy


The National Museum of Cinema in Turin keeps a huge and 
growing collection of film posters, stocks, and a library.
A movie screen located in the Massimo multiplex, near to the museum, 
is reserved to retrospectives and other museum initiatives.

The museum hosts several film festivals, the major and most 
prestigious of them being the Torino Film Festival.
Contribution for
James Weekend Reflections – Newtown Area Photo
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41 thoughts on “Weekend Reflections – Turin, Italy

  1. Love the photos and reflections. Who was that handsome man reflected behind you in the young Marlon Brando poster? 🙂
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  2. I have a couple of friends who would love to visit this! I'd be happy looking at the wonderful architecture and photos of handsome young actors. Marlon Brando was so good-looking as a young man! 🙂

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  3. Ah Léia, toi et Marlon vous faites un beau couple !!!!

    Si, il y a des doughnuts en Allemagne. Les plus connus s'appellent “Berliner”. Mon grand père se souvenait de ceux qu'il mangeait dans son enfance !

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  4. It's a place I would love to visit!
    Lovely post Leia – I love your own reflection:)
    By the way, your new main photo is superb!
    Have a beautiful day my friend:)
    Hugs
    Joo

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  5. PS: (just got your comment)in France we say “il pleut des cordes” (it's raining ropes).
    Don't get depressed ! there are so much things to do in life, even when it's raining!You have a sweet lover, two great kids, a lovely cat, a beautyful house, you're travelling all through Europe (and making me jealous!:), you're healthy..NO REASON to get depressed!!

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  6. I am always impressed by the amount of miles you two must put in. You really are getting to see all of Europe!

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  7. A post to bring smiles 🙂
    I love your reflection in the Brando poster…very creative!
    Happy Weekend.
    ☼ Sunny

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  8. The museum in Turin is fantastic and I love the reflections in the posters, very creative indeed! And what a lot of memories and smiles! Terrific post for the day! Enjoy your weekend!

    Sylvia

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  9. Hi Léia
    Thanks for leaving your kind comment, you are invited anytime to take a dip in the pool.
    I like to see your reflection in Marlon Brando.
    Have a great weekend!

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  10. This is not far from home! Nice to some pictures of Turin, it has been years since my last visit up there…

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  11. Okay here's another country that I want to visit soon. So after this next trip I have my eyes on Italy,Switzerland,Austria,Germany,England and Ireland. I wish I could just move to Europe. lol

    I love the reflections. The window is beautiful and you did a great job of blending yourself into the poster. 🙂

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  12. What a great post! And a great place. Your photos make me nostalgic. Those are the films I grew up with and we appreciated those actors (Brando and Quinn, et. al.)so very much!

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  13. How fun it must have been to visit this place…all those film memories! Wow! And, you caught some great reflections too. Continue to have times full of big fun!

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  14. Terrific shots!
    I especially like (as so many others) the Brando reflection. It's as if you and Brando are having a sort of 'shoot out'. 🙂
    I enjoyed this very nice post.

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  15. É a primeira vez que ouço falar neste museu e eu até sou un grande cinéfilo! O edifício é lindo!

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  16. I see you! Very interesting building and architecture. Thank you for giving us a glimpse of Turin. Never visited Europe.

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