her reading with the cynicism and pain of this teen who blames herself for family traumas that are not her fault.
A Bach cello sonata (on tape) imbues
the burly, pedestrian action of one stunning trio with profound eloquence.
In ``The Whole Banana'' at West Hollywood's Court Theatre, playwright/star Norton imbues
the play's life-blocked heroine, Fran, with a captivating amalgam of vulnerability, vitality and humor.
In her most recent works the uncertainty has vanished, replaced by an almost virtuosic skill that sets the original photographic image back in the world and imbues
it with emotional energy, combining expressive power or grace.
The individual elements may be familiar, but Wilson imbues
them with a sense of mystery that is at once as exhilarating as it is unsettling.
Williams, who first gained fame as one of the trio of crime busters in TV's '70s hit ``The Mod Squad,'' imbues
Jesse with a haunting sense of resignation as to his lot.
As McKie taps into the emotional depths of his life, he imbues
simple painterly gestures with psychic resonance.
Once again relying on the textured intimacy of brilliant cinematographer Agnes Godard's images, Denis imbues
the simple details of a one-night stand with powerful eroticism and humane understanding.
His sculptures receive a solar scarification that imbues
them with stature, giving them order and marking their metamorphosis into art.
The sense of drama and texture with which Peter Gabriel imbues
his music translates to his live shows, which are among the most compelling in popular music.
Dench, as usual, imbues
her character with a real sense of mischief and keeps the proceedings moderately engaging - she singlehandedly prevents the film from being DOA - while the normally reliable Holm just seems to be going through the motions.
Take von Stroheim's character Von Rauffenstein: Renoir imbues
the stiff prison commander with a poignancy despite his inherent ridiculousness.
Drew Barrymore imbues
Olive's voice with a delightful spryness.
Doueiri successfully imbues
the movie's first half with a sense of foreboding doom, but he doesn't build on that simmering intensity.