Jodie Foster behind a computer wearing simple plastic glasses.
|661||Sindhu Bhairavi||1985||drama; musical||K. Balachander||
- Sivakumar as the singer J.K. Balaganapathi with a frame akin to the browline style but not quite that. In fact his eyewear is more interesting because of the three dimensional play with the contrast between polished metal and black parts. The eyepieces are square shaped. Single bridge.
|662||Single Man, A||2009||drama||Tom Ford||- Colin Firth in black horn rimmed glasses as Prof. George Falconer.|
Ron Silver portrays the Pullitzer Prize winning journalist Peter Crane who runs himself and his family into trouble by investigating a murder case in an isolated rural community. In tune with this urban intellectual character, Silver wears glasses that look distinguished and trendy at the same time. Temples, top and endpieces are a mottled beige and dark brown plastic. The eyepiece bottoms are a metal wire and there's a simple black bridge. The least one can say is that the character is quite a handsome guy. Any less attractive characters in glasses, you ask. Well, there's the teacher Mrs. Galloway (Jennifer Rhodes) and the retarded man Toby (Pat Thomas). Both are town locals wearing dark round plastic frames.
|664||Slap Her, She's French||2002||comedy||Melanie Mayron||
Piper Perabo as the French exchange student Genevieve LePlouff dons classic black plastic frame with butterfly shaped rims at some times.
Stephen King wearing his own glasses in a cameo part as a graveyard caretaker.
|666||Slugs||1987||horror||J. Piquer Simon||
Santiago Alvarez wears round havanna plastic frames as John Foley, who is a scientist mostly shown in his lab and one of the heroes in the story. Movie glasses cliche, whatsoever.
|667||Smilla's Sense of Snow||1997||drama; thriller||Bille August||
Vanessa Redgrave's character Elsa Lübing is seen wearing a crystal plastic frame.
William Hurt as the writer Paul Benjamin.
|669||Smother||2007||comedy; drama||Vince Di Meglio||
Diane Keaton in fair curls and glasses as Marilyn Cooper.
|670||Snake Eyes||1998||action; thriller||Brian De Palma||
Carla Gugino as Julia Costello enters the action wearing round metal glasses. She loses them early on in the story and has to avoid her enemies while not being able to see clearly.
|671||Snow Angels||2007||drama||David Gordon Green||
Haven't seen this movie yet. Notes based on stills.
|672||Snow Wonder||2005||drama||Peter Werner||
Actress Michelle Krusiec as teleprompter writer Joey.
|673||Soeur Sourire||2009||biography||Stijn Coninx||
This film is still in production at the moment of writing.
Cécile de France as Soeur Sourire, the Belgian nun who became a one hit wonder and lived unhappily ever after.
|674||Soldaat van Oranje||1977||drama; war||Paul Verhoeven||
Rutger Hauer in round steel rimmed glasses as Erik Lanshof.
|675||Some Like it Hot||1959||comedy; crime||Billy Wilder|
|676||Sometimes They Come Back||1991||horror||Tom McLoughlin||
In this made for television movie after Steven King, T. Max Graham (as Chief Pappas) wears unfashionable metal-rimmed glasses that reach higher than his eyebrows.
|677||Song for Marion||2012||
|Paul Andrew Williams||Vanessa Redgrave in plastic eyewear as the title character.|
|678||Sorority Row||2009||horror||Stewart Hendler||
- Rumer Willis - as Ellie Morris - wears black plastic glasses featuring rather large roundish lenses with a seemingly insignificant prescription.
|679||Sound of My Voice||2011||
- Christopher Denham as Peter Aitken in black clubmaster style glasses.
|680||Source, The||2002||fantasy; horror||Steve Taylor||
Johnny Venocur sports rectangular metal eyewear as the protagonist's father. This supporting character is a teacher by name of Jerry Hauser.
Ronald Rezac puts on unfashionable glasses from time to time as the elderly Principal McKinley.
Anna de Cardi wears plastic eyewear in the role of the gorgeous - though prejudiced - Miss Dunn.
One more male actor occurs in oversized plastic eyewear as a middle aged teacher.
Warning: this title seems to be on the market under the alternative titles 'The Secret Craft' and