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- Sidney or Sydney was originally an English surname. Theories of its origin are: *As with many English surnames, from the name of a place where an ancestor came from: Anglo-Saxon [?t ??re] sidan iege = "[at the] wide island/watermeadow (in the dative case).Reaney, P.H. & Wilson, R.M.
- Sidney is a city in Cheyenne County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 6,282 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Cheyenne County.
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German card by WS-Druck, Wanne-Eickel. Photo: Aura/Allianz/Gabriele. Glamorous French film actress Anouk Aimee (1932) has appeared in 70 films since 1947 and worked with many talented directors. She had major international successes in the 1960’s with Lola (1961) and Un homme et une femme/A Man and a Woman (1966) in which she defined a new kind of modern heroine. Anouk Aimee was born Francoise Nicole Sorya Dreyfus in Paris, France, in 1932. She was the daughter of actors Genevieve Sorya (nee Durand) and Henri Murray (born Dreyfus). She was trained in acting and dancing at the Bauer-Therond school. Aimee began her film career in 1946 at the age of 14. Reportedly she was walking down the rue Colisee in the eighth arrondissement in Paris with her mother, when director Henri Calef stopped her and asked if she would like to be in a film. Her film debut was La maison sous la mer/The House by the Sea (1947, Henri Calef) starring Viviane Romance. At first she was simply billed as Anouk, taken from the character she played in Marcel Carne’s unfinished film La Fleur de l’age/The Flower of the Age (1947). She played Juliette opposite Serge Reggiani as Romeo in Les amants de Verone/Lovers of Verona (1949, Andre Cayatte), an updated adaptation of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, specifically written for her by the poet Jacques Prevert. Prevert playfully added the symbolic last name, Aimee (Beloved), that would forever associate her with the affective power of her screen roles. Les amants de Verone was a worldwide success. She then worked three times with director Alexandre Astruc, at Le Rideau Cramoisi/ The Crimson Curtain (1951), Deux Crimes d'Amour/Two Love Crimes (1953) and Les Mauvaises Rencontres/The Bad Liaisons (1955). She appeared in the British espionage drama Contraband Spain (1955, Lawrence Huntington) opposite Richard Green, and starred in the ‘perfect crime’ melodrama Tous Peuvent Me Tuer/Everybody Wants To Kill Me (1956, Henri Decoin). In 1958 she portrayed the artist Jeanne Hebuterne in Les Amants de Montparnasse/Montparnasse 19 (1958) about the tragic, troubled life of Italian abstract painter Amedeo Modigliani (Gerard Philipe). She made her Hollywood debut as a French Resistance fighter in The Journey (1959, Anatole Litvak). Possessed of an aloof, haunting beauty, Anouk Aimee has given her best performances under the direction of such master directors as Federico Fellini and Jacques Demy. She appeared in two major films by Fellini, as a bored socialite in La dolce vita/The Sweet Life (1960, Federico Fellini) and as Marcello Mastroianni’s long-suffering wife in 8 ? (1963). Aimee had a huge success with Jacques Demy's debut film Lola (1961), a musical ‘without music’ set in the port city of Nantes. Aimee stars as the title character, a cabaret singer awaiting the return of her long-absent lover and the father of her child, who went to America seven years ago and promised to return when he became rich. Another milestone was her work as the sexually ambivalent queen in the bible epic Sodom and Gomorrah (1962, Robert Aldrich). Aimee reunited with Jacques Demy for The Model Shop (1969), in which Lola now is an older French model living in Los Angeles who poses for photographs to pay the bills. In between these two films, she played Anne Gauthier in the wildly romantic drama Un homme et une femme/A Man and a Woman (1966, Claude Lelouch), a widow who falls in love with widower Jean-Louis Trintignant. This role which brought her international fame and awards. She won the 1967 Golden Globe Award for Best Actress - Motion Picture Drama and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. She had the chance to establish herself in Hollywood but she refused many roles, including that of Vicki Anderson, the insurance investigator eventually played by Faye Dunaway opposite Steve McQueen in the first The Thomas Crown Affair (1968, Norman Jewison). She did play the title role in Justine (1969, George Cukor) with Michael York and in The Appointment (1969, Sidney Lumet) with Omar Sharif, but her American film career went nowhere. After a break of seven years, Anouk Aimee returned to the cinema in Si C'Etait a Refaire/If It Could Be Done Over Again (1976, Claude Lelouch) with Catherine Deneuve as two former prison buddies who get on with the business of living. She was awarded the Award for Best Actress at the 1980 Cannes Film Festival for her performance in Marco Bellocchio's Salto nel vuoto/Leap Into The Void (1979), her co-star Michel Piccoli winning the Best Actor Prize. It was followed by roles in La Tragedia di un Uomo Ridicolo/The Tragedy of a Ridiculous Man (1980, Bernardo Bertolucci) opposite Ugo Tognazzi, and Success is the Best Revenge (1984, Jerzy Skolimowsky) starring Michael York. Looking every bit as alluring as she had in 1966, Aimee reprised her most famous role as Anne Gauthier in Un Homme et une Femme: Vingt Ans Deja/A Man and a Woman: Twenty Years Later (1986, Claude Lelouc
Smelling the roses
This fellow is taking time out to smell the flowers. I think he might have a lot of time on his hands. He was in a local garden shop in Sidney BC, Twin Peaks Nursery. Check it out if you are in town.