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A Certain Kind of Death

At some point, many of us have probably thought about of own death. How it is going to happen, when it is going to happen and so on – but I imagine it is only a rare few, who thinks about the point between when death occurs and our funeral takes place. 275 more words

Jesse Dwight

Review: The Animatrix (2003)

When the Wachowski’s sci-film “The Matrix” first released in 1999 it’s impact on film culture was immediate and immense. With action scenes that were genuinely innovative and an array of sophisticated ideas and concepts that were usually anathema to mainstream action fans, it broke all the rules yet was a major popular and critical success. 855 more words

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Franchise Weekend - Infernal Affairs II (2003)

Director: Wai-Keung Lau, Alan Mak

Writer: Alan Mak, Felix Chong (Screenplay)

Starring: Anthony Wong, Eric Tsang, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Jun Hu… 738 more words

Thriller

Barry Gealt's Graduate Orientation Document, 2003

At Indiana University back in 2003, I began graduate school with an amazing cohort of artists and learners. We found a fiery mentor in Barry Gealt… 77 more words

Life

The Take-Away Bar

The Take-Away Bar, 84 Southwark Street, Borough of Southwark, London SE1, 2003 • Old-fashioned name in a grim 1960s block just behind Tate Modern, dating from the era when it was a backwater power station. 12 more words

Shopfront Elegy

Today in Madonna History: February 10, 2003

On February 10 2003, Swept Away was nominated for the following Razzie Awards:

  • Worst Picture
  • Worst Remake or Sequel
  • Worst Director (Guy Ritchie)
  • Worst Screenplay…
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Goodbye, Dragon Inn - Tsai Ming Liang - 2003

Set in a Taipei cinema without any discernable plot or attempt at conventional storytelling Goodbye, Dragon Inn is a slow contemplative piece from one of Taiwan’s foremost auteurs. 607 more words