Friday, March 23, 2012

Roger Ebert tweets about Louise Brooks

Yesterday and today, film critic and movie lover Roger Ebert tweeted three times about Louise Brooks and her 1929 film, The Diary of a Lost Girl. Here is what the Pulitzer Prize winner and self-admitted Brooks' fan had to say. Yesterday, Ebert tweeted:
@ebertchicago:My Streamer of the Day. "Diary of a Lost Girl," a silent masterpiece with the immortal Louise Brooks. on.fb.me/GH64U0
And this morning, Ebert tweeted:
@ebertchicago: New in my Great Movies Collection: Louise Brooks in Pabst's "Diary of a Lost Girl." Remorseless. On Netflix Instant. bit.ly/GHbzQK
And then a few hours later, Ebert Tweeted again:
@ebertchicago: The latest review in my Great Movies Collection: Louise Brooks in the unforgettable "Diary of a Lost Girl." bit.ly/GHbzQK
Be sure and follow the links at the end of each tweet. The first leads to Ebert's Facebook page and a conversation stream about The Diary of a Lost Girl. The second and third links lead to Ebert's just published article about the film on the Chicago Sun Times website.



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