The Berkeley public library is our favored source of entertainment, providing LP with hours of 24 watching-bliss, The West Wing marathons (all seasons, no particular order), LP & SS's "thesis" centering on Lindsay Lohan and teeny movies, and some serious, delicious movies. We haven't found time for it all week, and the other night SS and I finally sat down to watch "Sylvia". (Gwenyth Paltrow as Sylvia Plath).
It was a great movie. So sad and so beautifully shot.
There is also a section where she is wearing wonderful clothes- the whole part of the movie when she is living in Devon looks like it was wardrobed out of an Anthropologie cataloge. (Her kids are also incredibly cute- knit onesies, cardigans, skirts, the whole works).
There's one sweater in particular that I think I can recreate- it looks fairly simple. A funnel neck raglan with cuffs at the wrists and waist. Pretty small needles to get a good drape. I'm thinking of adding two cables running down the front from the shoulders, just for added interest (visually and while knitting).
Also, what great hair. I don't think I can pull this off without looking like Heidi, but it's nice to dream. I bet SS would look great- she's got the bangs and all.