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Cemetery of Splendor (dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2015), a meditation in bliss

If you have a Netflix streaming account you might find hiding in its’ library is this master piece from director Apichatpong Weerasethakul, out of Thailand, who is slowly rising into becoming one of the premiere directors on a global level (considering an auteur at this juncture would be a little to pre-mature). 583 more words

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Phantom Page Alert (11-02-2016)

Updated Nov. 04, 2016

Noticed these new pages up, plus some guesses as to where they belong: 31 more words


Wknd report

After a sunny, productive week of work back in Hong Kong, it was time for a leisurely weekend. I saw my second great Korean zombie movie in as many weeks, and then the next day enjoyed a Saturday breakfast of organic baguette slices at Le Pain Quotidienne, while reading  Knausgaard on my kindle , (as I probably will for weekends to come). 196 more words

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's Deeply Challenging "Cemetery of Splendor"

In my review of Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Lobster,” I took issues with what I saw the theme of the film being and how Lanthimos develops it. 1,192 more words