Every once in awhile, I can come across a film that is so beautiful that it leaves me effected in one way or another. Wim Wenders… 312 more words
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German filmmaker Wim Wenders uses a distinct phenomenological approach in depicting place, memory, and loss (Silberman, 1995). His 1984 film, Paris, Texas is quintessential of this. 172 more words
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Warning: Contains some spoilers
A bizarre ritual murder in a small Louisiana town. Characters exchange meaningful looks or stare off into the middle distance. There’s dust, trailer parks and a score by T-Bone Burnett. 461 more words
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Es inevitable hilar todas las películas, vistas hasta ahora, con la palabra #Viaje.
El detective John ‘Scottie’ Ferguson (vértigo), se adentra en un mundo de suspenso y misterio para resolver el problema que aqueja a la que llegaría a llevar el calificativo de amada. 368 more words
*Spoiler warning: this essay goes in-depth into the plot of Paris, Texas and briefly discusses the meaning of Rosebud from Citizen Kane… 2,271 more words
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Bishop's Beer Blog
If you have been following along I recently brewed another Golden Wheat Red IPA – with a twist! More hops!
I transferred the beer from the primary fermenter into the secondary while adding an ounce of Centennial hops – dry hopping the beer. 197 more words
Like a gorgeous holiday (or any day) meal made by my Jewish mother, this year’s New York Jewish Film Festival, co-sponsored by the Film Society of Lincoln Center… 525 more words