If you don't wish to share that life as apparently it's so disagreeable to you in every respect, why don't you just fuck off to back where you came from? :

: Where's your gun? Fucking chic. Yes.

Alma In one scene, he violently takes a dress back from a woman who behaves boorishly while wearing it. 22. Reynolds Woodcock : Well, if, if it's my, if it's my life that you're describing, it's entirely up to you whether you choose to share it or not.

According to the Harleian Miscellany, a group of them is called a "fall." “The only talent he lacks is getting on with people.

It is essential in porridge. You are a very handsome man.

What game?

And I'm getting hungry.

: Reynolds Woodcock Alma Where have you gone, Reynolds. In the aforementioned Seattle Times article, costume designer Bridges said he provided the movie's star with an extensive wardrobe, and left it up to him to choose what he thought Woodcock would wear. Reynolds Woodcock The tea is going out.

Or did somebody drop me on foreign soil behind enemy lines?

[laughs].

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Maybe I like my own taste. Alma Alma

Yes, this is your house. And knowing this, you've prepared the asparagus with butter.

32, 30, 31, 35 and a half, 14 and a half, 17, 20.

Very beautiful. If you want to have a staring contest with me, you will lose. You look beautiful. : : “Charlie’s got every talent,” said American Vogue editor Diana Vreeland.

The interruption is staying right here with me. Are you always here? I wanted time with you. Anderson is known for inventing rich, believable characters, and Day-Lewis does intensive research for every character he plays. Alma Reynolds Woodcock Alma Reynolds Woodcock : : Reynolds Woodcock

I don't know what I'm doing here. :

Reynolds Woodcock : :

A self-proclaimed snob – “it doesn’t mean to say that you’re unkind to the lower orders, being a snob simply means that I think the top is the best,” he explained – couturier Hardy Amies rose from a modest background to go on to outfit Queen Elizabeth II for almost four decades.

With Vicky Krieps, Daniel Day-Lewis, Lesley Manville, Julie Vollono.

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What game am I playing? I'm sure about that. Alma : : Who are you? It turns out the inspiration for Woodcock came from some surprising sources.

You tell me. Reynolds Woodcock Operating from number 14 Savile Row, he is best remembered for his tailoring – undeniably conservative, it was nonetheless instilled with a fluidity that made it popular with society women of London, working under the rule that “day clothes must look equally as good at Salisbury station and the Ritz bar”. Reynolds Woodcock Balenciaga. Are you sent here to ruin my evening?

: : They should be hung, drawn, and quartered. : Maybe one day you'll change your taste, Alma. So too was Charles James, the Anglo-American designer who is remembered for bringing couture to the United States – a man with an uncompromising belief in his own ability that toxically seeped into the way he treated those around him. I can't hear your voice. :

: You sound so sure about things.

While Hardy Amies was known for his tailoring, fellow couturier to the royal family Norman Hartnell is remembered for his gowns.

: Alma : Is this an ambush? Of a scene where Woodcock just wants a quiet night in, Bridges said, “Paul and I waited with bated breath to see what was going to come down those stairs!”, The most surprising influence on Woodcock's character was Anderson himself. Why are you talking to me like this?

Paul Thomas Anderson’s Phantom Thread stars Daniel Day-Lewis as Reynolds Woodcock, a persnickety couturier who adores — and butts heads with — … Hm, do you have a gun?

: Stop playing this game.

: Perhaps lesser known is Edward Molyneaux, a one-time sketch artist for London magazine Smart Set, whose drawings of women attracted the attention of one Lady Duff-Gordon, the famed couturier and society woman who worked under the name Lucile (and later fell from grace after reportedly bribing lifeboat members to get in the first boat when she was amongst Titanic’s survivors).

: : Yeah, you didn't say that. And - 45. Chic? :

: Release Dates I don't understand what you're saying. Reynolds Woodcock Cyril Alma

Straight. His gowns were, as Salvador Dalí deemed them, “soft sculpture,” visceral and poetic, but his temperament was perhaps too much for the age in which he lived and worked. Reynolds Woodcock The whole "pfff"! It's you who brought me here.

You can sew almost anything into the canvas of a coat. Is this my house? Alma : I am older and I see things differently, and I finally understand you.

Reynolds Woodcock So why are you not married? Is there something I'm unaware of? Alma What precisely is the nature of my game? What a question!

This! There is an air of quiet death in this house and I do not like the way it smells. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the filmmaker said, "I generally didn’t have that much knowledge or interest in the fashion world until I started finding out a little bit about a guy named Cristóbal Balenciaga." Reynolds Woodcock's obsessive fastidiousness is loosely inspired by English-American fashion designer Charles James. The role in question was that of Reynolds Woodcock, the fastidious British couturier at the centre of Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film, Phantom Thread. I feel as if I've been looking for you for a very long time. So, What's all this moaning about? :

Perhaps I'm looking for trouble. : Alma Then I started thinking, wouldn’t it kind of … suit her to keep me this way, you know, from time to time?". : : Well, what did you expect? I'm not blubbering. I'm not playing a game. Yes, mm-hmm.

: Played by Daniel Day-Lewis, Woodcock is elegant, finicky, demanding, and selfish, living in a world of women but never really acknowledging them, until his latest muse Alma proves more than a match for his attitude.