WE'RE more accustomed to seeing Amanda Holden wearing daring outfits and shimmying
up the red carpet.
The brothers Cuaron catch peripheral glimpses of Julio and Tenoch's world that the boys are either too stoned or too spoiled to take in: peasants being harassed by police at the roadsides, the president's chauffeurs scarfing snacks in parking lots, elderly cafe workers shimmying
in a hot kitchen.
No Prohibitionera shimmying
jazz babies; no hard-driving rap or competition dancers.
The Importance of Wearing Clothes, 1996, parodies pattern painting with allover shots of brightly colored, shimmying
And if you want a future shimmying
down the catwalk, then you have to learn to leave your curtains at home rather than wearing them as trousers.
In the old days, anyone she thought was of the H persuasion got a rolled eye and shimmying
wrist when his name popped up in conversation.
Whether tackling a social issue such as homelessness, as in Women in the Streets, or creating a sense of community, as with the shimmying
dance hall regulars of A Duke for the 90s, Washington creates compelling, identifiable characters that only rarely slide to the brink of caricature.
her way around the dance floor at Valentino's after-party our newest West End star didn't have to look too far for willing partners.