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“The Tempest” (1979) - Movie Review

The weirdness in Derek Jarman’s 1979 adaptation of The Tempest is something that could attract people and repel them at the same time. This is the kind of movie that’s obscure enough and bizarre enough to deserve a “cult” status. 1,070 more words


off senses / future senses, Gemak, The Hague

Off senses/future senses is an exhibition about the senses (would you guess it?) in Gemak/Vrije Academie. So apart from sight, it’s about smelling, hearing and feeling. 477 more words

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Grand Designs on a 1950s electricity link station on Dungeness beach

For those aspiring to complete a Grand Design of their own, a 1950s electricity link station on Dungeness beach in Kent has come onto the market. 359 more words


Freaks & Outlaws

Had a relaxing week in Toronto and spent a lot of time looking at the skyline, water and sunsets.

One day, we wandered around the entertainment district and discovered… 430 more words

Movies & TV

10 Great Tilda Swinton Performances You Might Have Missed

The Grand Budapest Hotel. Only Lovers Left Alive. And now, Snowpiercer, Bong Joon-ho’s dystopia-on-a-train film that tore up the box office — and… 1,160 more words