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A Master Builder and Frank

I live on the edge of Lake Wobegone.  On the morning that I went to see A Master Builder, translated and adapted from the original Ibsen play by Wallace Shawn, it was not exceptional that I should have sat in a café eating eggs and bacon and grits and rye toast across from a pretty black woman in braids and watched a tall, white couple with gray hair and bunchy sweaters push out the doors after their breakfast, she saying to him, “Well, that sounds like an old Norwegian…”  I was, in fact, sitting at my table–eating hash browns, too, because I couldn’t choose between hash browns and grits–and reading the first volume of  1,270 more words

Film

Citation de August Strindberg

Au fond, c’est ça la solitude :

S’envelopper dans le cocon de son âme,

se faire chrysalide et attendre la métamorphose,

car elle arrive toujours. 14 more words

Prose

Miss Julie Official International Trailer #1

Summary:

Over the course of a midsummer night in Fermanagh in 1890, an unsettled daughter of the Anglo-Irish aristocracy encourages her father’s valet to seduce her. 31 more words

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