In this first installment of Picture Show posts, I will share my favorite shots from the beautiful French Rive Gauche-style film, Cléo from 5 to 7, directed by Agnes Varda, and starring Corinne Marchand (looking an awful lot like early-'70s Debbie Harry). It features a lush and lilting score by Michel Legrand, some of the most inspiring footage of Paris in black & white ever placed on celluloid, and a story that may seem slightly vapid in the beginning, but slowly morphs into something deeply, emotionally haunting. It is one of my absolute faves, and here is a sampling of its visual perfection (including my dream loft) . . .