In every gallery in Europe there are hideous pictures of blood, carnage, oozing brains, putrefaction--pictures portraying
intolerable suffering--pictures alive with every conceivable horror, wrought out in dreadful detail--and similar pictures are being put on the canvas every day and publicly exhibited--without a growl from anybody--for they are innocent, they are inoffensive, being works of art.
I am portraying
this hardy companion as I really knew him.
He could have enjoyed portraying
to uninitiated listeners various scenes at which he had been a witness or ably discussing the pro- cesses of war with other proved men.
OSCAR-winning writer Julian Fellowes has criticised James Cameron's hit Titanic movie for vilifying the ship's first officer by portraying
him as a coward.
Prominent Egyptian actress Nadia Al Jundi denied circulating rumors that she intends on portraying
the ousted First Lady of Egypt Suzan Mubarak in a film titled "Imra'ah Ba'it Masr" (A woman who sold Egypt).
As regards any actors he would want to see portraying
him in the film, the former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion said: "It would have to be someone that could accurately portray the struggles I went through to become heavyweight champ.
security, it does not shy away from portraying
aspects of the agency's dark side.
Harris has proved his ability at portraying
horny heteros; he played a straight--and drug-addled--version of himself in the stoner comedy Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle.
He paints them precisely, with a clean line surrounding their contours, portraying
their beauty and love of life.
Hussey, known in part for her roles as Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli's ``Romeo and Juliet'' and the Virgin Mary in the television miniseries ``Jesus of Nazareth,'' said she had dreamed for 25 years of portraying
Mother Teresa on film and felt it was a miracle when she was offered the role.
TOO BAD THE OSCARS DON'T have a category for "Best Location Portraying
According to Murphy, one of the hallmarks of "realism" (as developed by early 20th century American dramatists) was portraying
a serious social problem that was left unresolved at the play's end (xii).