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Ireland packs a small punch

Here’s my opinion: If your story comes from a deep place, a relatable place, a personal place, it’s going to move people and inspire people even if it’s a dark topic.   13 more words


Movie Time: The Intouchables

There’s too much pressure to publish something profound on my birthday (yes, today!). So instead I will add a new category to Your Goodness Guide. It’s MOVIE TIME! 114 more words


Tokyo fiancée

Synopsis: Her head filled with dreams, Amélie, 20, goes back to Japan, where she spent her childhood. To earn a living, she decides to give private classes in French and meets Rinri, her first and only student, a young Japanese man with whom she soon has an intimate relationship. 724 more words


"Pan's Labyrinth" (2006)

The last thing you could ever think to take out of a war is magic. However, in the mountainous regions of Spain, magic cannot only be found, but it seeks those who still believe. 273 more words


Review: Rebels of the Neon God, 1992, dir. Tsai Ming-liang

“If Tsai Ming-liang hadn’t beaten Nicolas Winding Refn’s career to the punch by several years, Rebels of the Neon God would have been a killer moniker for one of the great Dane’s as-yet-unimagined future projects. 104 more words

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