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Seeing is Believing? (Exit TV 2)

Ik was een paar dagen met vakantie ten tijde van de tsunami in december 2004. Niet eens zo ver weg (London), maar wel zodanig dat het nieuws van de ramp slechts druppelsgewijs tot me doordrong (vreemde beeldspraak in deze context!). 404 more words

Film En TV

The Impossible.

I’ve just watched “The Impossible” it’s a film about the tsunami in Thailand on boxing day, it’s so emotional! I feel like I need to live in fear and I’ve never felt so close to my family before, I’d be so… 312 more words

Personal

Kaleidoscopic performance by Chicago's Hubbard Street Dance at Jacob's Pillow

Hubbard Street Dance is performing an exuberant and athletic program during its residence at Jacob’s Pillow which continues through July 7. The Chicago based company is an eye opener, and is presenting four genuine crowd pleaseres from its extensive repertoire. 660 more words

Reviews

Two... (NPWM Poem 29)

The Impossible Everyday by Sung Soon

An immeasurable folly
So broad and impossible
To bridge a pass
Stagnant whole lifetimes
Merely a pipe dream for those too stupid, too young, too old. 40 more words

Writing

The Impossible (2012)

Do you remember the tsunami in Thailand in 2004? The monster wave devoured around 230.000 people. Innumerable families were splitted, countless people were lost somewhere in Thailand. 190 more words

Review

Wave (Deraniyagala)

A preview for the Ewan McGregor-Naomi Watts (playing the parents of the Belon-Alvarez family) movie, The Impossible, made me furious. There are many stories to tell about the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami or wave as Deraniyagala calls it, and Hollywood had decided to make McGregor and Watts the faces of it? 157 more words

Non-fiction (memoir)