Frederic Kahler

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (20 of 20)
Location: Apalachicola, FL (before: Seattle, Las Vegas, France)
Birthday: 28 April
In My Own Words:
I was born in Orleans, France. I was raised primarily in Illinois. I am one of seven children. I am gay. I am a veteran of the US Air Force. I am a former columnist and an avid poet and graphic artist -see also my facebook page. Love the Carpenters!


Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,485,290 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 20
Chanel Chanel [VHS]
Known best as cool, decadent, Catholic Julia Flyte of "Brideshead Revisited," the actress narrates this haunting documentary on the House of Chanel. The music of Satie is interwoven with the lonely story of Mademoiselle, and includes the modern Chanel idiom of Karl Lagerfeld. There is also some good footage of star mannequin of the 1980s, Ines de la Fressange, including a heady moment of branchee chic when Ines arranges white tulle over her face. It will be lovely to have this made avaialable again on VHS, and certainly to progress for DVD. In addition to many photos and as best a history as can be culled from a cagey woman of legend, there are interviews with the late Chanel (subtitled)… Read more
The Old Straight Track: Its Mounds, Beacons, Moats&hellip by Alfred Watkins
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Excellent, early-century guide to the fascinating ley lines that criss cross Britain. These lines were amply pushed by creating notches in mountains, clearing land to view old church centers and of course the pagan mounds we all know so little about. Watkins's book is a delight and inspiring. Go back in time when people had to rely on contours and landmarks from many miles away. Sometimes older is better. Check it out!