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Love hurts. Ain’t that the truth.
In her new book The Endings, photographer Caitlin Cronenberg, in collaboration with stylist Jessica Ennis and a handful of some of the most lauded and talented actresses in the UK and the US, asks what a broken heart looks like.
And what that might be? It might be Julianne Moore crying on a bed, Eleanor Tomlinson sitting in a bus stop in a party dress with a suitcase at her feet or Sofia Boutella cutting her lover’s clothes up. Thankfully, he is not in them.
As the book’s subtitle suggests, here are “photographic stories of love, loss, heartbreak and beginning again”. Fictions with the sting of real feeling.
Here is the young British actress Bel Powley, taken from a sequence entitled Past the Lilacs, In the Clearing, Meet Me When It’s Dark. It’s the story of a young woman mourning the loss of a childhood love. But, like many of the photographs in this project, it holds its mystery tight to its chest.
Is this an ending or a beginning? Who’s to say it’s not both?
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