Jeans go with everything, and no matter how you wear them, they'll make you look cool. A pair of selvedge jeans worn with a Sea Island cotton T-shirt? Some tapered stonewash Jeans with a loopback jersey sweatshirt? A pair of dad jeans worn with the jacket of that suit jacket you can't fit into the trousers of anymore? It's the equivalent of wearing a brushed cotton plaid shirt with a pair of tuxedo trousers: it'll keep you warm and, on a basic level, protect you from exposure, but it'll also make you look thoughtless and lazy. Either you're wearing a suit - which obviously can and should look fantastic - or you're wearing jeans, which can also look great in their own way (see: Marlon Brando in There are, of course, exceptions.
A pair of white denim jeans worn with a camel hair or caramel cashmere blazer can look amazing.
That may seem like a massive contradiction, but in the hands of director Alejandro Amenábar (Open Your Eyes, The Others) and actor Javier Bardem (Before Night Falls), this fact-based Spanish drama concerns the final days of Ramón Sampedro, the quadriplegic poet who waged a controversial campaign for his right to die.
He was denied this right for 30 years, and ultimately arranged for his own assisted suicide, but this remarkable film--and Bardem's keenly intelligent performance--examines the hotly-debated issue of assisted suicide with admirable depth and humanity, just as Sampedro did until his death in 1998.
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