It's interesting. What movies (images) have more staying power than pearls? Name the above movie. I won't give it away. Michael Douglas, too, though, right? Anyone else besides me noticed the amazing collection of pearls Diane Keaton wears almost daily and throughout every movie she makes? Lots of strands of big beauties encircling her neck. A class act all the way. I'm also reminded of Geraldine Fitzgerald in "Arthur" as the spirited matriarch who still has some vixen to her, although she would publicly deny it. "The First Wives Club" a gift of a strand of pearls signified their admission to the club and solidified them. And of course, Holly Golightly. Really, the list of pearl iconic movie images goes on and on from Wilma Flintstone on down. Am I just sensitive to pearls or is there definitely a lack of gemstone iconic imagery in films. All I can think of for gemstone imagery is Audrey Hepburn again in "My Fair Lady."
Pretty Panda pic by nlerner on her U.S. excursion last year, San Diego Zoo.[/SIZE][/SIZE]