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The Kitchen Boy: A Novel of the Last Tsar

Drawing from decades of work, travel, and research in Russia, Robert Alexander (R.D. Zimmerman) re-creates the tragic, perennially fascinating story of the final days of Nicholas and Alexandra Romanov, as seen through the eyes of their young kitchen boy, Leonka. 391 more words

Adaptation

MOVIE REVIEW | The English Patient (1996)


“How can you ever smile, as if your life hadn’t capsized?”

An Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress. Nominations for Best Actor, Best Actress and Best Adapted Screenplay. 538 more words

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Peli de Sábado por la Noche #4: La mujer del quinto (2011)

The Woman in the Fifth (en español llamada Oculta Pasión), es una película dirigida por el polaco afincado en Reino Unido, Pawel Pawlikowski ( 246 more words

'Sarah's Key' (2010) Review - A Search for the Past Finds Hope for the Future

Sarah’s Key is a story, well-told in film and book, by prize-winning French author Tatiana de Rosnay. It is a deep look into the hearts of two women, and how their lives were dramatically and tragically changed by events beyond their control.  1,052 more words

Z: The Films

30 Day Movie Challenge - Day 27

Day 27 – Your favourite non English-language movie

I have been thinking about this a lot and again it’s difficult to pick just one movie. So, I have decided to pick 5 movies in 5 different languages instead. 879 more words

At The Movies

Drawing: Kristin Scott Thomas

As you may have realised drawing sketches and then getting them signed takes time. Hanging around stage doors in all weather conditions is part of the package. 101 more words

Drawing