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“Amelie has no boyfriend. She’s tried once or twice, but the results were a let down. Instead, she cultivates a taste for small pleasures: dipping her hand into sacks of grain, cracking creme brulee with a teaspoon, and skipping stones at St. Martin’s canal.” —Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Le Fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain

“Amelie has no boyfriend. She’s tried once or twice, but the results were a let down. Instead, she cultivates a taste for small pleasures: dipping her hand into sacks of grain, cracking creme brulee with a teaspoon, and skipping stones at St. Martin’s canal.” —Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Le Fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain

Amélie *Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain* (2001) “Amelie, an innocent and naive girl in Paris, with her own sense of justice, decides to help those around her and along the way, discovers love.”

Amélie *Le Fabuleux Destin d’Amélie Poulain* (2001) “Amelie, an innocent and naive girl in Paris, with her own sense of justice, decides to help those around her and along the way, discovers love.”

Gustav Klimt: Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, 1907. Oil and gold on canvas. It took three years to complete the portrait, which was destined to have a complicated history. Purchased by Ronald Lauder for the Neue Galerie, New York (where it has been on display since 2006).

Gustav Klimt: Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, 1907. Oil and gold on canvas. It took three years to complete the portrait, which was destined to have a complicated history. Purchased by Ronald Lauder for the Neue Galerie, New York (where it has been on display since 2006).

But when it does get too passionate, a milk steamer will block out any noise.

But when it does get too passionate, a milk steamer will block out any noise.

But be sure to listen to the people who know you best.

But be sure to listen to the people who know you best.