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Au Hasard Balthazar (Robert Bresson, 1966) [Film Journal 2017 #2]

A film about an abused donkey in small town France, leading a saintly life that parallels that of it’s young owner Marie. An intriguing plot synopsis, one so specific that it could probably only be attempted by a master filmmaker. 1,532 more words


Pickpocket (1959)

The orchestration of an unlawful event requires a great deal of planning and co-ordination. Those involved are quite aware of law enforcement’s potential interception of their illegal activities. 385 more words


Au Hasard Balthazar (1966)

The expedition that individuals take throughout the course of their time on Earth can be quite diverse, and is dependent on a conglomerate of factors. Some roads travelled are directly under our authority whereas others are powered by elements beyond our control. 303 more words


Goff's college coach Sonny Dykes thinks the Rams were 'wise' to wait

The Los Angeles Rams will start rookie quarterback and No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff in Week 11. His college coach says the wait was smart. 239 more words

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Humility Has No Place In Street Photography

I am a student of history for the most part. As far as photography is concerned I have studied the photos and lives of pioneers such as Alfred Stieglitz and Henri Cartier-Bresson. 373 more words


Project #1 - The City of London at Its Quietest (or any other busy urban area you know, for that matter)

Edit – November 2016: Entry’s title changed to reflect the new direction this blog heads for from now on. (Come on! We all are allowed to change now and then, arent’t we?) 607 more words



​Şu sıralar Bresson filmlerini izlemekle meşguldüm. Hemen hiç bir profesyonel oyuncu ile çalışmayan bu yönetmenin yöntemleri diğer başarılı bir çok ustanınkilerden ne kadar farklı. Hayatı spontane yaşamayı sevdiğini söyleyen Bresson filmlerini de nerdeyse anlık kararlarla çekiyormuş. 112 more words