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I Fugue out sometimes.

Have you ever heard of the state of fugue? I had not until I got diagnosed Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Dissociative Identity Disorder.  I will give you the definition below. 933 more words

Spider Forest (2004)

Review first published by Film4

Synopsis: Song Il-Gon weaves an inescapable trap for characters and viewers alike in this melancholic Korean mystery.

Review: A scene in the middle of  636 more words


By Nicholas Olson


We are in here. Here is where I come to pull you out of the scattered debris of who you are. Who you are is a collection of tattered trades and 45s whose dust crackles can be pinpointed to mishandling thirty years ago: an old liebe whose needle-placing skills left something to be desired. 491 more words


Who is Max Reger?

I’m currently skimming through Salzman’s Twentieth-Century Music: An Introduction. He briefly mentions Max Reger (1873-1916), a german composer who had some influence on Hindemith. I”ve always heard the name but never actually listened or learned anything about his music. 85 more words


The Fugue

I was going to talk a little bit about the musical composition of the fugue, but I think these guys do it perfectly fine in… 110 more words


So who is he? And what happened?

So, in reality, what can we learn about Andreas and this mystery?

It certainly seems that his story captured imagination – but was this empathy for our fellow man; a good mystery; a desire for the supernatural and the unknown; a malicious need for details about another person’s tragedy? 743 more words