Sage's Otherworldly Luncheonette

An aesthetic smörgåsbord of things bizarre, nostalgic, worldly, otherworldly, tasty, psychedelic, cinematic, musical, witchy, Bette Davis, alternative & queer.

Hush… Hush, Sweet Charlotte' (1964), directed by Robert Aldrich.

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Little Edie of Grey Gardens, c. 1970’s.

“Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, Choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players, and electrical tin can openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol and dental insurance. Choose fixed-interest mortgage repayments. Choose a starter home. Choose your friends. Choose leisure wear and matching luggage. Choose a three piece suite on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics. Choose DIY and wondering who the fuck you are on a Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing spirit-crushing game shows, stuffing fucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pissing your last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked-up brats you have spawned to replace yourself. Choose your future. Choose life … But why would I want to do a thing like that? I chose not to choose life: I chose something else. And the reasons? There are no reasons. Who needs reasons when you’ve got heroin?”

—   ‘Trainspotting' (1996), directed by Danny Boyle.
Gisele Lindley as “the Princess” in ‘Forbidden Zone' (1980), directed by Richard Elfman.

Gisele Lindley as “the Princess” in ‘Forbidden Zone' (1980), directed by Richard Elfman.

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Pola Negri in ‘The Wildcat' (German: ‘Die Bergkatze’) (1921), directed by Ernst Lubitsch.

Pola Negri in ‘The Wildcat' (German: ‘Die Bergkatze’) (1921), directed by Ernst Lubitsch.

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Chloë Sevigny in ‘Gummo' (1997), directed by Harmony Korine.

Chloë Sevigny in ‘Gummo' (1997), directed by Harmony Korine.

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One-point perspective in ‘The Shining' (1980), directed by Stanley Kubrick.

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‘The Blue Bird' (1918), directed by Maurice Tourneur.
Evan Rachel Wood in ‘Thirteen' (2003), directed by Catherine Hardwicke.

Evan Rachel Wood in ‘Thirteen' (2003), directed by Catherine Hardwicke.

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Goldie Hawn on the set of ‘There’s a Girl in My Soup' (1970), directed by Roy Boulting. Photography by Terry O'Neill.

Milla Jovovich in ‘The Fifth Element' (1997), directed by Luc Besson.

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Sharon Tate in ‘Valley of the Dolls' (1967), directed by Mark Robson.

Sharon Tate in ‘Valley of the Dolls' (1967), directed by Mark Robson.

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Patrice Martinez as “Miss Argentina” in ‘Beetlejuice' (1988), directed by Tim Burton.

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Lyda Borelli in ‘Rapsodia Satanica' (USA: ‘Satan’s Rhapsody’) (1915), directed by Nino Oxilia.

Lyda Borelli in ‘Rapsodia Satanica' (USA: ‘Satan’s Rhapsody’) (1915), directed by Nino Oxilia.

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Little Edie dances to the VMI marching song (which is a ground maneuver) in ‘Grey Gardens' (1975), directed by Albert and David Maysles.

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