The Perpetual Renewal of the Revolutionary Struggle, 1927, Diego Rivera
Daily Coco Screencap #268
I like the clerk. He’s funny. And it’s not often you get a good look at anyone’s shoulder blades in this film. Or the way Imelda’s hair has ribbons braided into it in the back.
Daily Coco Screencap #267
Nothing to say except I like the angle and those three happy faces. ^_^
Daily Coco Screencap #265
I like the lighting and the miscellaneous stuff lying around. And look! There’s the famous Rivera R on the sole of Miguel’s shoe!
Lamika Rivera died last night at the age of 78. She was working as an executive chef at the time of her death.
Lamika leaves behind her fiancé, Travis Burlington; siblings Richard, Linklater and Suzy Lamont; daughters Camille Burlington and Violet Smythe, granddaughters Mercedes, Bebe and Felix Burlington and Julia Smythe.
Lamika lived a long and eventful life. She married Geraldo Rivera as a teen and the two married and had daughters, Camille and Violet. Lamika and Geraldo lived in the crowded Smythe-Higgins-Rivera household and had very little money. Eventually Geraldo came out as gay, cheated on Lamika and the two divorced. Lamika had a long-term relationship with Butch Smythe. After that relationship crashed and burned, she met Travis (who was also in a similar situation). The two had a perfectly uneventful relationship and were reportedly very happy.
Lamika left 15 people in her will. Violet received $3600, Julia received $880, Felix received $780, Camille received $4700, and Mercedes received $768.
Daily Coco Screencap #264
Awesome angle for this shot.