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But in 2003, when Clear was founded, biometric technology was rarefied, known to the public mostly through science fiction films.
Touching on issues of artistic survival and the porous boundary between work and pleasure, Ms. Subrin, an accomplished visual artist and filmmaker, sifts addiction, celebrity and the plight of the aging actress into something rarefied yet real.
And so while his techniques and ingredients are rarefied, Mr. Lenn’s food is decidedly less luxe in Knoxville, designed to appeal to a broader audience.
But Mr. Affleck loves the Carlyle’s rarefied throwback allure.
And now, thanks to our constantly rarefying visual culture, the young actormen have become precious too — choosing carefully fitted suits or statement bespokery, not a stray hair on their head or face.
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